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Boathouse | 3 Bedrooms | sleeps 6

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from £1369 /night

£9583 / week

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  • Swimming pool
  • Not suitable for children
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
Visiting Mallorca and Minorca Sailing on board a luxury catamaran is the best way. You can live in the nature and explore the inland anytime you want just landing with the comfortable tender available all the time. Float away from the crowd, spend a week in the nature We selected this boat because as a talented crew and it's very well maintained. Prices are not all inclusive  …see more

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Explore the island,apartments and villas in Majorca – Majorca (Mallorca) is the biggest of the Balearics, and its size is reflected in its diversity. Palma, the only real city in the Balearics, has wonderful Gothic architecture and grand mansions. The maze-like streets are great for exploration, and the city has some of the most inexpensive tapas bars and restaurants in the Islands. There is also lively nightlife to be found in the Plaça Llotja area. The north of the island is dominated by the Serra de Tamuntana, with its craggy peaks and sheltered olive groves. This is a great spot for walking, with well-marked trails and wonderful views. Pollensa is an ancient and quiet town, at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana. The Plaça Major has several laid-back cafes, but the town’s unmissable attraction is the Via Crucis – a long stone stairway which ascends El Calvari north of the town. Port de Sóller is one of the west coast’s most popular resorts, with its horseshoe-shaped bay providing watersports and sun-bathing. One of the most popular coastal holiday rental destinations is Puerto Pollensa, which is a tranquil and relaxing location for the discerning holiday maker.