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Hotel Marina Barracuda Magalluf Restaurant
Mallorca

Enjoy a fantastic choice of food at breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Barracuda's Restaurant which serves a variety of international food as well as some local specialities.

Located just a few minutes from Magalluf Beach, you can eat well in the buffet restaurant and relax in the outdoor pool surrounded by pretty gardens.

Complement your day and evening activities with the Barracuda entertainment team. Children will also have fun in the kids club making new friends and playing varied activities.

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Uploaded: 26/05/2009
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