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Cala Llombards Beach 3

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The Cala Llombards is a bay on the Balearic island of Mallorca.

The Cala Llombards located in the southeast of the island and the municipality of Santanyi. The corresponding location (urbanization) is characterized by single-family and holiday homes and a small hotel. Bay and City are available on the C-610 and between Santanyi Ses Salines. Branch in the same place it Llombards. Neighboring towns are in the northeast of the bay of Cala Santanyi and southwest of Cap de Ses Salines, which marks the southernmost point of the island.

The bay is shaded in the morning by the beach and the flat end-of weak waves suitable for swimming. Gastronomic offer is available to a limited degree.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Mallorca


A: Cala llombards

di Andreu Vicens Oliver, 70 metri di distanza

Cala llombards

B: Cala llombards

di Andreu Vicens Oliver, 100 metri di distanza

Cala llombards

C: Mallorca Cala Lombards 2013

di Dirk Kurzmann, 100 metri di distanza

Mallorca Cala Lombards 2013

D: Cala Llombards Beach 1

di Jan Koehn, 120 metri di distanza

Wikipedia:The Cala Llombards is a bay on the Balearic island of Mallorca.The Cala Llombards located i...

Cala Llombards Beach 1

E: Es Pontas

di Jan Koehn, 410 metri di distanza

Es Pontas

F: Es Pontàs , Cala Santanyi

di Andreu Vicens Oliver, 430 metri di distanza

Es Pontàs , Cala Santanyi

G: Es Pontàs , Cala Santanyi 2

di Andreu Vicens Oliver, 490 metri di distanza

Es Pontàs , Cala Santanyi 2

H: Es Pontas - 2

di Jan Koehn, 520 metri di distanza

Es Pontas - 2

I: Pool

di Jan Koehn, 760 metri di distanza


J: Mallorca Sunrise

di Jan Koehn, 1.2 km di distanza

Mallorca Sunrise

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Mallorca, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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