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Cala Ponte Marina, Apulia, Italy
Cala Ponte Marina is located in a picturesque area in Apulia, Italy. This marina is able to host up to 316 vessels and provide top-notch facilities for anyone who decides to book a berth here. Video surveillance, mooring inspection, security services, boat maintenance and fully equipped bathroom structures are just some of the amenities this marina can offer.Tourists who decide to dock here will be impressed by the beauty of the Adriatic Sea and the myriad attractions of Apulia.Besides sailing and waters sports there are plenty other activities guests can practice like hiking, sightseeing or exploring the historic treasures of the region.Some of the most popular beaches that lure hundreds of visitors to Apulia are Santa Maria di Leuca, Torre dell’Orso, the splendid beaches at Riviera di Otranto, or Porto Cesario.Those who are fond of cultural touring shouldn’t miss the chance to check out one of the following objectives in the area: Castel del Monte, Basilica di Santa Croce, the Trani Cathedral, Castello Normanno-Svevo, Castello Aragonese, the National Archaeological Museum of Taranto or Museo Faggiano.Apulia is an amazing destination that’s prone to delight every foreign traveler.
24 hour access
Starting from 27 € per day, between 01.01.2017 and 31.03.2017
Starting from 34 € per day, between 01.04.2017 and 30.06.2017
Starting from 45 € per day, between 01.07.2017 and 31.08.2017
Starting from 34 € per day, between 01.09.2017 and 31.10.2017
Starting from 27 € per day, between 01.11.2017 and 31.12.2017
Cancellation Policy : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Apulia
The region of Apulia is also known as Puglia in Italian and it is located in the southern side of Italy. This region is special because of the two exits that is has, to the Adriatic Sea and to the Ionian Sea, but also due to the existence of the Strait of Otranto and Gulf of Otranto in this region. The southern part of the region is known under the name of Salento or the heel of Italy’s boot.
Puglia plays an important role in Italy’s tourism, thanks to the ultramarine colours of the water, the magnificent cliffs and the hilltop houses that can be seen from a great distance, but also the traditional houses and the multitude of colours that can be encountered in this area. Being one of the wealthiest regions in the country from an archaeological point of view,
Puglia shows that its history goes far beyond the travellers’ imagination. The first to colonize this region were the Mycenaean Greeks, but the Romans played an important role ... more info
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