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Hotel Vila Galé Náutico Armação de Pêra Algarve Restaurant Buffet
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Hotel Vila Galé Náutico Restaurant Buffet.

The Vila Galé Náutico Hotel is located in the centre of Armação de Pêra, right in the heart of the Algarve. The Naútico Hotel enjoys a privileged location, only a few steps away from the beach. Armação de Pêra is one of the most talked-about spots in the Algarve and the Náutico Hotel offers excellent 4-star service, making it ideal for a holiday or for hosting successful corporate events.

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