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Hotel Tivoli Arade Praia da Rocha Algarve Restaurant
Portugal

Hotel Tivoli Arade Restaurant.

Located in the Algarve, in the broad estuary of the river from which it took its name, the hotel has been designed to fit in perfectly with its surroundings. Enjoy the magnificent beach, located in front of the hotel. The nearest International airport in Faro is approximately 1 hour drive from the hotel. With three sea water swimming pools, kids club, mini-fitness room, two beaches (river & ocean) and a riverview Restaurante specialized in regional & mediterranean cuisine, guests have no shortage of places to take a dip.

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