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Albergue vista alegre el pueyo
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Histórico edificio del siglo XIX. La Quinta de Vista Alegre, situado a 1091 metros, es conocido refugio de esquiadores y montañeros. conserva todo su sabor y es un punto de partida de múltiples sendas de montaña 

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