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H Top Hotels Paradis Park Pineda De Mar Costa Brava Swimming Pool
Spain

Soak up the sun by the Swimming Pool during the day, and take a dip to cool off in the hot afternoon temperatures.

Situated in the tranquil coastal town of Pineda de Mar, the Paradis Park hotel, is perfect accommodation for a relaxing holiday in the sun with family or friends.

Surrounded by beautiful gardens, Paradis Park provides the perfect setting for a getaway, in this beautiful part of Catalonia. Soak up the sun by the swimming pool during the day, and take a dip to cool off in the hot afternoon temperatures.

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