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Cala Magraner , Mallorca
Mallorca
Playa situada en una finca privada. Su acceso es factible a pié, con autorización de la propiedad desde la carretera que une Porto Cristo con Calas de Mallorca, situada a unos 2,8 km. También se puede acceder desde el camino de Cala Antena, y rebasando Cala Bota también a pié, y costeando, aunque la distancia a recorrer también será importante. En el camino aparece esta playa y otras dos más que son Cala Pilota y Cala Virgili. Hace unos años se trató de urbanizar estos terrenos, pero se prohibió, por lo que quedan las trazas de alguno de los viales que comenzaron a construirse. http://www1.mma.es/pasarela/wwwi32.exe/%5Bin=wwwisis/playasmap.in%5D?%28manacor%20and%20magraner%29
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Uploaded: 13/02/2011
Updated: 12/03/2012
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