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Hotel Marina Corfu Cala Dor Majorca Beach
Mallorca

A magnificent beach in front the hotel.

The 3 star Hotel Marina Corfu is situated at the edge of a cove in the quiet residential Cala Egos district of the popular resort of Cala d'or on the southern east coast of Majorca. The hotel is approximately 60km east of the capital Palma and the Son Sant Joan International airport, and around 2.5km from the Cala d'or marina and pedestrianised centre of the resort, where you will find a wide selection of bars, restaurants and shops.

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