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Hotel Jupiter Praia da Rocha Algarve Swimming Pool
Portugal

Hotel Jupiter Swimming Pool.

Located in beautiful natural surroundings, and in close proximity to the Arade River’s estuary and its modern yacht marina, Hotel Jupiter is the geographic centre of Praia da Rocha and a mere stone’s throw from Portimão’s City Centre. The area boasts a Casino, the Autodrome and Golf courses. You may wish to visit the children’s park, the aquatic and theme parks, or go to the Museum and explore the many historical sites. Or you may decide to go on a boat trip and indulge yourself in a fun filled experience on the water.

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