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Capo d'Orlando Marina, Sicily, Italy

Capo d'Orlando Marina is located in the mythical Palermo, surrounded by azure water and a beautiful green landscape. This is a completely modernized marina. It is well-equipped with all the facilities you might require. Everything is perfectly ordered and ready for use. The professional staff of Capo d'Orlando Marina will give you a warm welcome and make sure you’re well taken care of.

The beautiful infrastructure of Capo d'Orlando Marina is based on the bio-architecture concept. Consequently, the berth booking facility blends perfectly in the environment. Boats with a length of 7,3 to 40 m are welcomed to drop anchor here.

Capo d'Orlando Marina has a total number of 553 berths, situated on a dock provided with mooring line tensioners. The overall area covered by the marina reaches 183.000 square meters.

A complete range of services is available here, including 110 t travel lift, refueling station, shipyard, workshop, parking, diving service, mooring assistance, courtesy bikes. The shopping gallery, the famous Yacht Club with its elegant restaurant will make you not want to leave the marina’s premises.

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Cancellation Policy of Capo d'Orlando Marina : restrictive

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The tallest active volcano on the European Continent is located in Sicily: Mount Etna. There is a strong contrast between the active mountains and the soft sanded beaches that offer access to some of the most beautiful waters in Europe, which is given by the complexity of the island.

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Capo d'Orlando Marina is appreciated for
  • Relaxation
  • Nature
  • Sightseeing
  • Tranquillity