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Beach "Roques De Cala Major" in san agustin
Mallorca

The new beach " Roques de cala major" is situated in san agustin,between Cala Guix and Cala Major

The beach Roques or rocas de cala major lies in front of the new  residencia "Bendinat Mar "  The rock beach can be reached from both sides, from the stairs next to number 305 of the avenida joan miro and from the new build steps on the left of the of the Bendinat mar apartments in the calle de margarita retuerto.

The big building oin the tour is the  residencia "Bendinat Mar"  The building exist out of 79 apartments and penthouses. Left of Bendinat Mar is the apartment  building "zenith and the welknown atico " es jardinet" , which was build already 40 years earlier and right of the Bendinat Mar building is  the apartment building "Los Arcos" . Outlooking over the sea you  can see the  marina " Cala Nova" where the locals have their boats moored.

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Uploaded: 17/03/2014
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Tags: bendinat mar; san agustin; cala major; roques de cala major; cala guix; beach; playa
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