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Casa da Horta

Carretera da Praia de Bordeira, Aljezur, Portugal
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Ranked #27 of 30 Restaurants in Aljezur
Cuisines: Portuguese
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Description: New Reataurant were it use to be a Surfing Camp
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Andalucia
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 8, 2011

Casa da Horta has opened this summer in the place where use to be the Surfing Camp, in the small town of Carrapateira, in the province of Aljezur but do not mistake is not in Aljezur but at 15 Kms far from Aljezur town. The food is basic but well treated. The cook, Tana, knows well her job. Specialty in... More 

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Address: Carretera da Praia de Bordeira, Aljezur, Portugal
Location: Europe  >  Portugal  >  Algarve  >  Faro District  >  Aljezur
Cuisine: Portuguese

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