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Club Nàutic Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Catalonia, Spain
Club Nàutic Sant Feliu de Guíxols is situated in Sant Feliu de Guixols, in Costa Brava, on the Mediterranean coastline. This marina has 429 berths and it offers its guests the protection of the natural harbour. This location is ideal for travellers who are looking to spend relaxing holidays on the golden beaches of the resort. At the same time, it is perfect for those who are passionate about fishing. The main attractions in town are Museu de’Historia de la Joguina, Museu d’Historia de sant Feliu de Guixols, Placa del Mercat, Passeig del Mar and more. Pedralta, which is the largest rocking stone in Europe, is worth visiting, as well as the old railway station and the historic residences. The guests of the marina who will stop here during the summertime might have the chance to participate to Porta Ferrada, an international festival, or Festa Major, a Catalan Festival that is held on the 1st of August, each year. This destination is considered to be the heart of Costa Brava.
Facilities of Club Nàutic Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Club Nàutic Sant Feliu de Guíxols : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Catalonia
Catalonia is one of the most famous Spanish regions in the world, being known as Catalunya in Catalan, Cataluña in Spanish, Catalogne in French or Catalonha in Occitan. The Catalan language is predominant in this autonomous region that represents the largest and most important territory of the Catalan culture. This historical region is visited by a great number of tourists every year, giving the fact that it also includes parts of North Catalonia, Valencia, the Balearic Islands, Andorra and a part of Aragon.
It is situated between France and Andorra and it has an amazing coastline that stretches at the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. The cultural and historical heritage can be found in the four provinces it includes: Barcelona, Girona, Tarragona and Lleida. There is archaeological evidence that proves that the first colonies in Catalonia were Greek and Carthaginians, which only makes the entire territory even more fascinating.
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