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H Top Hotels Pineda Palace Pineda De Mar Costa Brava Reception
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The Reception of Pineda Palace.

This beautiful hotel inaugurated in April 2004, enjoys a privileged situation in first line of Pineda de Mar's beach. Facing the sea.It is a couples paradise. At only 66 km. from Barcelona's city centre and Ramblas. From the balcony of one of its guestrooms you will behold views over the Mediterranean Sea or the beautiful surroundings.

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