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Corpus Christi Municipal Marina , Texas, United States
The Corpus Christi Municipal Marina is situated in the Corpus Christy city in Texas. This marina is well-provided with all the necessary amenities for tourists who seek quality marina reservations.Located in the Gulf of Mexico, this marina offers a unique chance to visit some of the most beautiful fine sandy beaches in the area like North Beach, the Port Aransas beaches, San Jose Island Beach, McGee Beach or the scenic Padre Island National Seashore.Those who are also fond of city sightseeing have many places to visit in Corpus Christy. Some of the most popular attractions are: the Blue Ghost USS Lexington, a memorable naval museum; the Texas State Aquarium, the best place to learn more about the local marine wildlife; the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, a terrific place to roam around in an area of unspoiled natural beauty; the Texas State Museum of Asian Cultures and Education Center; the South Texas Botanical Gardens and Nature Center; the Corpus Christi Museum of Science & History, or the Corpus Christi Cathedral.
Facilities of Corpus Christi Municipal Marina
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Corpus Christi Municipal Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Texas
Texas is situated in the south-central part of the US. It is the second largest state in North America, and it neighbors Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, New Mexico, and the Mexican border. The largest cities in Texas are Houston and San Antonio. Texas provides numerous touristic attractions ranging from cultural objectives to beautiful landscapes. This state’s coastal position, in the Gulf of Mexico, enhances its touristic potential.
Texas was originally inhabited by Native American tribes such as the Apache, the Karankawa, the Wichita, the Atakapa, or the Bidai. In the 16th century, the first European explorers came here. They were the Spanish who started to settle here gradually while the area was still inhabited by native tribes. In the 19th century, Texas was annexed to the Union.
Today, Texas has a great cultural patrimony that mixes the vestiges of the ancient Indian inhabitants with the Spanish influence.
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