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Reial Club Náutic Port de Pollença, Mallorca, Spain
Reial Club Náutic Port de Pollença is also identified as Puerto Deportivo Port de Pollenca and it is located in the municipality of Pollenca, on the island of Mallorca. It has a large number of visitors that are looking to relax in this attractive area, being dragged here by the beauty of the coastline and seaside resorts. This area's name is the modern version of Pollentia, the Roman ancient city which can be visited in Alcudia. Narrow streets and medieval buildings welcome tourists from the entire world to explore this small but tempting town and discover some of its main sights. The central square which is called Placa Major is a popular place with entertaining cafes and tourists will easilly reach the Esglesia de Nostra Senora del Angels from here. This religious monument is fascinating, being built by the Knight Templar. Cala Figuera, Cala Mura and Cala Formentor are some of the most popular beaches in Pollenca, where visitors can truly relax and enjoy the Mediterranean panorama.
Facilities of Reial Club Náutic Port de Pollença
Residual water collection
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