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Club Náutico Santa Ponsa, Mallorca, Spain

Club Náutico Santa Ponsa Marina is an idyllic little harbour situated in the city of Calvià on the coastline of Spain with immediate access to the Mediterranean Sea. This port is located in the county of Mallorca and offers countless attractions. Its beautiful beaches will stun you with mild temperatures and gentle waters. Cruise the shallows, fish the deep sea or enjoy the restaurants lodges in the port. Visit the fascinating fort Cap de Formentor or sunbathe on the banks of Playa de Muro Beach and Playa de Alcudia. With guided tours by Yacht available, this is the ideal place to see indigenous sea creatures in their natural environment. The top rated hotels in the area offer superb seaside views that will make you never want to leave. Gran Melia Victoria, Hotel Isla Mallorca & Spa and Hotel Costa Azul are waiting for you to come. Restaurants in the area will ensure that your dinners here will be unforgettable. Here are the top rated names: Sadrassana Restaurant Cocteleria and Sandro.

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