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Hotel Vila Gale Atlantico Praia da Gale Algarve Swimming Pool
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Hotel Vila Gale Atlantico Swimming Pool.

The Atlântico Hotel was the first hotel of the Vila Galé Group. The Atlântico Hotel has been fully refurbished and renovated and is located only 300 metres away from Praia da Galé and only 6 km away from the centre of Albufeira. This is an ideal hotel to enjoy a beach holiday, with a guarantee that the adults can rest while the children have fun.

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