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La Lonja Marina Charter, Mallorca, Spain

La Lonja Marina Charter is one of the largest ports in Spain situated in the city of Palma de Mallorca. Palma is one of Europe’s most famous cities when it comes to entertainment. With a broad historical background and lively nightlife, this area offers diversity and culture. Guests of this marina can experience dream-like environments on one of the most famous beaches: Illetas Beach and Port de Pollenca Beach. The sightseeing tours that can be booked will take you exploring on the superb Playa de Alcudia. This coastal city offers its visitors appealing festivities, shows and events, as well as luxurious accommodation services and the possibility of practising some of the most popular water sports in the world. Restaurants in the area serve traditional seafood dishes as well as modern European food. The top rated names in the area are Gustar and Churrasco. Accommodation facilities can be found all over the city and feature names like Hotel Tres, Hotel Born and Catalonia Majorica Hotel.

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