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Caleta de Velez
Spain

Caleta de Velez Beach on a lovely sunny day in August 2012. This beach is on the coast del sol east of Malga on the south coast of spain

Copyright: Parr photographic
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Uploaded: 21/08/2012
Updated: 22/08/2012
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Tags: costa; del; sol; beach; playa; sun; sand; malaga; velez; spain
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