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Hotel Luar Praia da Rocha Algarve Breakfast Buffet
Portugal

Hotel Luar Breakfast Buffet.

Fantastic location, at the west of Praia da Rocha, overloocking the magnificient Três Castelos Beach. The sunset over Ponta da Piedade, across Lagos bay, is a daily scenery not to be missed, because it is always different and beautiful. At walking distance from the centre of the resort (100 yards from supermarket, restaurants and bars). Only a pedestrian walk stands between our grounds and the staircase leading to the beach.

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Copyright: Carlos Chegado
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