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Ferrera Beach Apartments Mallorca Al Aqua Restaurant
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Ferrera Beach Apartments Al Aqua Restaurant.

Ferrera Beach is an apartment complex with a recepcion full of Character, a Mini Market next door, both surrounded by a garden with jacuzzi, a Fiberon platform borders the swimming pool allowing panoramic views over the sea, gardens, Al Aqua restaurant and the beach. The newly refurbished blocks D, C and B have Internet and Wifi, as well as a very modern décor.

It’s a complex with a friendly atmosphere, where the main aim of staff is to make the guests stay a very pleasant one.

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Copyright: Carlos Chegado
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Taken: 10/07/2009
Hochgeladen: 10/07/2009
Aktualisiert: 03/07/2014
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