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Hörte hamn en liten gemytlig iskehamn på sydkusten med anor från vikingatiden. En hamn där alla kan stanna till, ta fram fikakoren och andas luft mättad av syre,känna saltstänk från det öppna havet. Läs mer på: http://www.hortehamn.se/
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