Cala Biniancolla
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Cala Biniancolla

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Biniancolla Is a beach situated in the municipal term of Saint Luis, to the Spanish island of Menorca. Situated to the south-this of Menorca, finds between Binibeca and Thin Tip. Biniancolla Counts with a small core of population, with traditional tourist houses, whereas the rest of his territory is occupied by xalets tourist and a big hotel, in addition to some natural zone. Of profile eminentment tourist, as soon as counts with inhabitants during the wintry months.

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A: Camí Vell de Biniancolla

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C: Torre Interior

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F: Sa Pedrera d'es Pujol

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G: Binibeca Vell Menorca

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H: Binibeca Vell Menorca II

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I: Binibeca Vell Menorca III

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J: Ses Anelles ( Alcalfar )

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Text by Steve Smith.

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