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Club Marítimo de Oza O Puntal , Galicia, Spain
Club Marítimo de Oza O Puntal is also known as Puerto Deportivo Club Marítimo de Oza and it is situated in the province A Coruna, in the region of Galicia. Being located in the estuary of O Burgo, in the Golf of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a dry Marina where boats can be moored during the stay in this area. Being surrounded by waters and enjoying a wonderful weather, this marina is the perfect spot to stop when planning to spend a few days in the city of La Coruna or when planning to practice some of the most popular water sports. Travellers are welcome to enjoy sandy beaches and the most imposing monuments and buildings in the area. There are many accommodation services that can provide the tourists with comfort and luxury during their stay. The Palacio de la Opera de la Coruna, the Regional Military Museum, the National Museum of Science and Technology are some of the main institutions that host important historical collections that are of great value for this area's heritage and history.
Facilities of Club Marítimo de Oza O Puntal
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Club Marítimo de Oza O Puntal : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Galicia
The autonomous community of Galicia is situated in the North-Western side of Spain, being bordered by Portugal. The name of the province is also known as Galiza and it is pronounced in various ways, depending on the area. This province has earned the title of a historic nationality and it is composed of the provinces A Coruna, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra. Galicia is bordered by Atlantic Ocean and it is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
The greatest parts of the landscapes here are picturesque and have a rather raw, celtic aspect, by comparison to the southern side of Spain, which tends to be more exotic. The cliffs are extremely high and covered by grass and vegetation and the villages are traditional and exhale the Spanish culture through its pores.
This region is extremely old, dating from the Middle Palaeolithic. The first inhabitants that could be detected through archaeological evidence were the Gallaeci, who were Celtic people liv... more info
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