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Palma Cuarentena, Mallorca, Spain

Palma Cuarentena is a large harbour situated in the city of Palma de Mallorca, on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. This fantastic port is the ideal vacation destination for those interested in sunbathing on sandy beaches and in pleasant cruises along the Spanish coastline. Experience the culture of Spain by visiting Le Seu Cathedral or enjoy a day out in nature in Mondrago Natural Park. If you enjoy sunbathing, we suggest visiting these marvellous beaches: Illetas Beach, Playa de Muro Beach and Port de Pollenca Beach. Palma is also known for some of the best restaurants in Spain. Sadrassana Restaurant Cocteleria and Sandro offer delicious traditional cuisine and tasty beverages that will make your trip to this glorious location unforgettable. Book a room in these excellent hotels and enjoy the Spanish hospitality in Posada Terra Santa, Melia Victoria and Can Cera Hotel. Explore the Spanish coast and admire the fantastic sceneries and unique landscapes that Palma Cuarentena offers.

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