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Mina Al Arab Granada Standard Villa
United Arab Emirates

Mina AL Arab Granada - Ras Al Khaimah

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The villas, town homes and apartments at Mina Al Arab are available in an array of styles, sizes and locations, with all offering scenic views of the water, wether it's the sea or natural lagoons. Apartment are located in lively waterfront neighbourhoods of shops, restaurants and cafés, while the themed communities of villas and town homes offer easy access to private beaches, tenis courts, swimming pools and recreation facilities. Whether it becomes your primary residence, weekend gateway or vacation retreat, your home at Mina Al Arab will make every day vacation. ... read more at rakproperties.net.

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