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san augustin, mallorca

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San augustin.  A nice panorma from san augustin, near the city of palma de mallorca  San augustin is a popular tourist destination, situated between two big marinas and very close to the welknown cala major beach.

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A: san augustin bay of palma restaurant

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B: Juanita beach in san agustin mallorca

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C: Beach "Roques De Cala Major" in san agustin

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D: New walkway in san augustin

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E: Los arcos apartments san agustin

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F: Apartments Los Arcos in san agustin

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G: Cala nova beach

by jan dolk, 170 meters away

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Cala nova beach

H: Edificio Pelicano In San Augustin Majorca Seen From The Rocks

by jan dolk, 220 meters away

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Edificio Pelicano In San Augustin Majorca Seen From The Rocks

I: CalaNova entrance by the fuelpump

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CalaNova entrance by the fuelpump

J: Sleepingroom

by jan dolk, 250 meters away

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Sleepingroom

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