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Punta Sal
Peru

In the north of Perú, about 100km from the border with Ecuador, lies the beach resort Punta Sal. It offers long white beaches and a couple of good hotels. Tranquility, warm water and sunshine all the year round make it a nice location to relax.

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Chargée: 18/05/2011
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Tags: beach; bungalow; peru; ocean; pacific; sea; sand
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