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Portofino Apartments Santa Ponsa Majorca Fitness Room
Mallorca

Portofino Apartments Fitness Room.

The Portofino Apartments occupy a quiet spot with beautiful views over the beaches and Santa Ponsa Bay. The nearby beach is just a three minute walk away and there are a variety of shops, bars and restaurants in the area. Water sports and boat trips are widely available and there is also a good nightlife selection but with a relaxed feel. The apartments themselves are air conditioned and have a living room and a kitchenette. All are on the first floor or above and those on higher floors benefit from a sea view.

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