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Hotel Vila Gale Cerro Alagoa Albufeira Algarve Indoor Swimming Pool
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Hotel Vila Gale Cerro Alagoa Indoor Swimming Pool.

The Vila Galé Cerro Alagoa Hotel is the entertainment centre of the Algarve, being a perfect choice for a holiday in Albufeira. Located right in the centre of Albufeira, this hotel in Cerro Alagoa combines lively daytime activities and a very active Albufeira by night with the main stores and the best shopping district in the Algarve. Cerro Alagoa Hotel can provide you with an unforgettable holiday in Albufeira. It is only a few kilometres away from the Praia dos Pescadores, where a traditional fishing industry is still very much alive, and stands close to the growing offer of tourism entertainment and facilities in the centre of town.

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