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Sun Beach Apartments Santa Ponsa Majorca Double Room
Mallorca

Sun Beach Apartments Double Room.

The Sun Beach Apartments are well placed for a holiday in Mallorca with all the lively attractions of the resort with the shops, bars and restaurants less than 50 metres away. The apartments are just 200 metres from the beach next to a long sandy bay and has a modern town area. These simple apartments are ideal for couples, small groups and families looking for central accommodation in this popular resort. During peak season the apartments are popular among the young crowd.

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Uploaded: 26/05/2009
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