Terrazas de la Ballena
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Terrazas de la Ballena

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Terrazas de la Ballena está emplazado sobre un terreno de más de 15000 m2, en el punto más alto del Camino a la Ballena, la "panorámica". El conjunto cuenta también con una salida a la Avenida Interbalnearia. Su emplazamiento concilia increíbles vistas con inmejorable accesibilidad, a 5' del Aeropuerto y a 350 mts. caminando hasta la Playa de las Grutas.

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