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Marina de Alborán, Mallorca, Spain

Marina de Alboran is hosted by the city-island Palma de Mallorca, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. This area's waterfronts are mind-blowing, with tall historical buildings with a medieval aspect and ultramarine waters. Palm trees and exotic vegetation can be seen everywhere which is why tourists from the entire world are inspired by this location. There is a great number of culture enthusiasts who travel to this classy destination, that is suitable for all tastes. Sunseekers have the opportunity to dive, sail, practice flyboarding and many other water sports in the Mediterranean waters, while adventurers have the chance of hiking, cycling and taking long strolls while admiring spectacular sights in natural reservations. Also, history and architecture enthusiasts can spend a pleasant time while visiting major points of interest with a great value for the island's history. Majorca Cathedral can be seen from off shore and Bellver Castle is one of the most impressive structures here.

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