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Isla de Baru - Colombia
Colombia

A unos 50 minutos en lancha de Cartagena, Colombia, se encuentra la isla de Barú, ubicada entre las islas del Rosario y Cartagena, con una extensión de 6000 hectáreas. Este bello archipliélago, con sus playas de arena suave y agua cristalina, atrae a aquellos turistas a quienes les guste el sol, el mar, el pescado, los mariscos y el deporte náutico.

Copyright: Jose Javier Torres Ortega
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Uploaded: 04/10/2013
Updated: 13/10/2014
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Tags: isla; sol; mar; playa; turismo; restaurantes; arena; mariscos.turista
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