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Club Humbria Resort Albufeira Algarve Swimming Pool
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Club Humbria Resort Swimming Pool.

Clube Humbria is a modern family resort. Situated in the traditional fishing village of Olhos d'Agua, four kilometres from Albufeira and 800 metres from the beach. Sun worshippers can spend lazy days relaxing by the large freeform swimming pool, and kids will be kept entertained at the mini-club, children's pool and playground. An ideal resort for those seeking a relaxing break.


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