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Hotel Montechoro Albufeira Algarve Panoramic Bar
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Hotel Montechoro Panoramic Bar.

Placed in a small hill, 1,5 km from Praia da Oura beach, 4 km from Albufeira, 35 km from Faro's international airport and in the centre of the Algarve, the most southern province of Portugal, Hotel Montechoro offers you at the same time cosmopolitan and family atmosphere. At the Hotel Montechoro you will find a variety of leisure and entertainment programmes and all the necessary conditions for your leisure.

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送信日: 27/05/2009
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