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Karabiga Marina, Canakkale, Turkey

Karabiga Marina is located in the coastal town of Karabiga (known also as Karabuga), in the Marmara region. This marina is a small one with only a few berths but the travellers who will make a stop here will be impressed by the serenity that surrounds the place, thanks to the outstanding mountains that conquer the natural harbour. The small, white sanded beach invites the guests of the marina to spend a while here and recharge with vital energy. This marina is part of the Canakkale Province, the travellers being able to visit the most important objectives in the city. Karabiga is an isolated location where the visitors can rest for a while and then continue their unique journey through the waters of the Marmara Sea.

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Cancellation Policy of Karabiga Marina : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Canakkale

The Province of Canakkale is located on the Turkish coastline, on the north-western side of the country. It is split into the European area which is called Thrace and the Asian one, which is known as Anatolia. These two sides of Canakkale are separated by the strait of Dardanelle, offering amazing views to its visitors.

There is much to be visited in the Province of Canakkale, especially from a cultural point of view. The famous ruins of Troy are fascinating and the Gallipoli battlefields represent one of the main reasons why those who are passionate about history visit these historical territories. The town of Canakkale is one of the main attractions in the region. According to official sources, Canakkale had no more than 8500 inhabitants when it was first founded, in 1927 and it quickly evolved in what today’s generations can observe.

The ancient times were difficult times for the inhabitants of these lands where large earthquakes and many b... more info