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Pantalán del Mediterráneo, Mallorca, Spain

Pantalán del Mediterráneo is a spectacular port situated on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, in the town of Palma de Mallorca. The most famous touristic attraction in the area is The Palma Aquarium. Don’t miss the chance to admire unique marine wildlife in their natural environment or witness shark feedings in the surrounding tanks. If you enjoy sunbathing, we suggest visiting these marvellous beaches: Illetas Beach, Playa de Muro Beach and Port de Pollenca Beach. If you’re looking for a place to experience idyllic sceneries and serene atmosphere, Far de Formentor is “a must see”. This fantastic landmark still shines its light and signals incoming vessels that they’re approaching the Formentor cliffs. If you are searching for accommodations, hotels in the area are always prepared to take care of your every need. Here is a list of the best hotels in the area: Gran Melia Victoria, Hotel Isla Mallorca & Spa and Hotel Costa Azul, Palma Suites and Melia Palas Atenea.

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