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Villa pehuenia - Complejo del Lago Alumine - LA SERENA - Cabaña del Parque.
South America
Bienvenidos Complejos del Lago Aluminé es un emprendimiento que desarrolla y coordina los Complejos Turísticos La Serena y Culle Lafquen. La Serena, ubicada al reparo de los vientos, agua transparente y azulada, bahias calmas y poco profundas, amplias playas de arena; detalles que validan su nombre. Culle Lafquen, sobre la margen alta de la ladera del parque nativo, su bosque revive la magia de la montaña, acceso y vista al Lago Aluminé. Villa Pehuenia / Neuquén / Patagonia Argentina 54-2942-15 665068 02942-15 417942 54-11-30114657 info@villa-pehuenia.com.ar
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Villa pehuenia - Complejo del Lago Alumine - LA SERENA - Cabaña del Parque.
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Villa pehuenia - Complejo del Lago Alumine - LA SERENA - Cabaña del Parque.
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Villa pehuenia - Complejo del Lago Alumine - LA SERENA - Cabaña del Parque.
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