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Cala de'n Basset, Mallorca
Mallorca

Little stoned beach next to the village of San Telmo, it's easy to arrive there from that little village following the same path that drives us through the pine forest until the popular mountain trip ascending to the ruined monastery called La Trapa.

Copyright: Guillem alemany
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Uploaded: 07/01/2013
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Tags: cala; beach; sea; mediterranean; la trapa; san telmo; mallorca; andratx; tramuntana; basset
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