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La Lonja Charter, Mallorca, Spain

La Lonja Charter is a marina that is situated on Majorca Island, on the impressive shores of Palma de Mallorca. Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, this location has a stunning waterfront that offers rare panoramas. This marina is located right next to the Cathedral, offering tourists immediate access to the main landmarks of the city. Also, the Museum Es Baluard is situated next to the marina, adding up a historical essence. Old Palma de Mallorca is intriguing, provoking visitors to explore more. Narrow roads, thrilling artwork and a lively society will be encountered in this active city. Sun seekers will encounter the perfect environment for water sports that boost any person's adrenaline. Boat trips are the greatest way of discovering fascinating surroundings comprised of high, steep cliffs, rocks, beautiful coves and beaches, intimate bays and rocky and hypnotic natural reservations. Nothing can be more romantic than dining on the restaurants on the shore of Palma de Mallorca.

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