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Hotel Plaza Santa Ponsa Majorca Reception
Mallorca

Hotel Plaza Santa Ponsa Reception.

The 3 star Hotel Plaza Santa Ponsa is situated around 50 metres from the beach in the popular resort of Santa Ponsa on the south west coast of Majorca. The hotel is approximately 30km west of the capital Palma and the Son Sant Joan International airport, and around 500 metres from the centre of the resort where you will find a wide selection of bars, restaurants, shops and nightlife.

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