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Hotel Marina Pax Magalluf Beach
Mallorca

The lively beach of Magalluf.

Surrounded by pine trees and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, this family-friendly hotel allows you to spend a peaceful break on Majorca’s stunning beaches.

The Marina Pax lies just 100 metres from the wide, sandy beach of Magalluf, in the south of this beautiful Balearic Island. When not enjoying the clear waters of the beach, dive into the hotel’s own swimming pool or simply lie back in comfort on a sun lounger.

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