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Solmonte Apartments Praia Da Rocha Algarve Living Room
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Solmonte Apartments Living Room.

Only 20 minutes walk away from the bustling resort and beautiful beach of Praia da Rocha Solmonte Apartments is an ideal place for those who wish to laze by the pool in the day and stroll into the lovely beach. The hotel offers during the high season a snack bar. The guests may also find in a small distance, restaurants bars and night clubs.

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Uploaded: 27/05/2009
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