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Eneperi Restaurant in Pais Basque
Northern Spain

Eneperi Restaurant is located opposite Gaztelugatze. A church on top of a rock in the sea.

The view has been taken from one of the terraces of the restaurant from where you can see the church of Gaztelugatze and Akatz peen.

The restaurant has espectaculars views of the coast of Euskadi.

Copyright: Roberto Menendez
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