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Apartments Los Arcos in san agustin
The area around cala mayor

Los Arcos apartments in San agusti near Cala mayor in Majorca

Only 7 kms south west from the historic centre of Palma de Mallorca, you’ll find the areas of Cala Mayor and  San Agustin 

San Augustin is also known as as Sant Agusti. In reality, the last is its real name but many  british) knows this spot by the first

Only 7 kms south west from the historic centre of Palma de Mallorca, you’ll find the areas of Cala Mayor and  San Agustin 

The nearest beach to San Augustin is Cala Mayor, just about kilometre from there, with  the Nixe Palace Hotel. The beach ihas sandy and visited by many residents as it can be easily reached from Palma by taking bus number 3 bus   which also goes to San Augustin. Unfortunately, the San Augustin area itself does not have its own beach, but  it has many bars with terraces serving quality food and beverages.

Up the road direction Illetas you will find  the Cala Nova Nautical Club which offers, sailing training courses for children  The Cala Nova Club is  small, but the school is  famous for its long teaching tratidion.The  restaurants is  worth a visit.

Copyright: Jan Dolk
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Taken: 13/08/2012
Uploaded: 13/08/2012
Updated: 01/04/2015


Tags: san agustin; cala mayor; beach; coastline; majorca; mallorca
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