View from Les Falaises, Algeria
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View from Les Falaises, Algeria

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"Les Falaises" spot on the mediteranean sea between Bejaïa and Jijel cities. Too much pollution and no safe access to this beach but very beautiful view on the Kabylia region mountains and the mediteranean sea.

  • Herbert J.W. over 1 year ago
    It`s a nice beach, but as much as possible sitching errrors !!!
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