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Club Náutico Serranova, Mallorca, Spain

Club Náutico Serranova is located in Son Serra de Marina, a seaside resort on Mallorca island, along the eastern end of Alcudia Bay. This marina is also known among sailors as Puerto Deportivo Serra Nova or Port Serra Nova and it offers many recreational services for its guests. This is the perfect location for surfers and water sports enthusiasts, having strong winds and sandy beaches. The hills of the Natural Park Llevant can be seen behind the beach, being one of the most precious landscape in the area. Kite surfing, windsurfing and other such activities are on the top of tourist' preferences. Those who are fond of nature will definitely enjoy this wild side of the Mediterranean. Son Serra de Marina is a wonderful resort where other activities like horse riding can be practised. Luxury accommodation units can be found here, such as the Son Verd, Villa Palmera and many more. Mediterranean food lovers will discover plenty of restaurants with fresh dishes and mixed cuisines.

Facilities of Club Náutico Serranova



Drinking water


Dressing rooms



Sailing school


Waste collection

Residual water collection

Bilge Collection


Service Station for ships


Master harbour

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