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Paseo de la Caletilla 2, Almuñécar
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El Paseo de Prieto Moreno une el casco antiguo de Almuñécar con la playa de San Cristóbal. Es por tanto un agradable lugar de tránsito donode pueden verse unas formidables puestas de Sol con el Peñón del Santo de fondo.

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Uploaded: 18/09/2012
Updated: 21/09/2012
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