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Alcaidesa Marina, Cadiz, Spain
Alcadeisa Marina is located in La Linea de la Concepcion, a Spanish municipality in the province of Cadiz, Andalucia. It lies in the Bay of Gibraltar and it is also known as Puerto de la Alcadeisa of Puerto Deportivo Alcadeisa Marina. It is bordered by Gibraltar, so those who want to visit the gateway to America can easily reach the city. This seaside town was named after the line that separates Spain from Gibraltar. It is well known for its fruit and vegetable production, as well as fish paste and liquor. There are important fortifications here, given the fact that it is a military garrison. The Rock of Gibraltar can be seen from La Linea and it offers a wonderful panorama. The Strongholds of San Carlos, Santa Barbara and San Felipe are three of the main monuments, as well as Torrenueva, the Bullring, the Shine of the Immaculate Conception, the Three Graces and the list goes on, offering tourists a wide range of other attractions and 14 km of beaches with perfect scenic views.
Facilities of Alcaidesa Marina
Starting from 7.31 € per day, between 01.01.2017 and 30.04.2017
Starting from 11.53 € per day, between 01.05.2017 and 31.10.2017
Starting from 7.31 € per day, between 01.11.2017 and 31.12.2017
Cancellation Policy of Alcaidesa Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Cadiz
Cadiz is a province that is located in the South-Western side of Spain. Its capital wears the same name and it is the oldest city in this country and in the Western Europe. Cadiz is one of the eight provinces of the community of Andalusia and it has its own port. Cadiz offers the tourists from the four corners of the world its share and cultural heritage and important monuments that have sketched the history of the humanity through time. The travellers will be amazed by the number of plazas in this area, but also by the well preservation of the old buildings. This city is surrounded by the wonderful waters of the Mediterranean Sea, has enchanting villages and towns and owns old traditions and a delicious cuisine.
The historical recordings show that the name of the province used to be Gadir and the oldest people who ever lived here were the Phoenicians. This side of Spain was continuously inhabited by various people with different cultures, which is why Cadiz is such... more info
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