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Sitges. Cliff and Beaches
Spain

One of the many artificial reefs that are interspersed among small and welcoming beaches of Sitges, the tourist town in the Mediterranian Sea, in the golden coast at the foot of the small mountain massif of Garraf.

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Tags: outdoors; beach; city; town; tourism; coast; sitges; mediterranian; sea; catalonia; spain; tourist
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