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Marina d'Arechi, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Marina d'Arechi is also known as Port d’Arechi or Porto d’Arechi and it is situated in the beautiful seaside town of Agropoli which is located in the province of Salerno, in southern Italy. This is a part of the region of Campania and a beautiful side of the Cilentan Coast, by the Tyrrhenian Sea. Travellers will discover amazing sights here while exploring the natural area and admiring the medieval attractions that are both inspiring and electrifying. The Borgo Medievale di Agropoli is one of the main tourist objectives in the area and it impresses visitors with its well-preserved buildings, gate and structures. The Baia di Trentova beach is one of the fascinating spots where tourists can relax and be amazed by surreal panoramas and transparent waters. The Castello Aragonese is also an important site that should be visited by any tourist, along with the Punta Tresino, the Piazza V. Veneto e Corso Garibaldi, etc. This is an ideal destination for families.
Facilities of Marina d'Arechi
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Starting from 1117.89 € per day, between 01.05.2019 and 31.10.2019
Cancellation Policy of Marina d'Arechi : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
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The region of Campania is one of the preferred destinations of tourists around the world, thanks to its historical inheritance, the beautiful coastal sceneries and the famous cities of Naples, Sorrento, Salerno, Positano and others. Campania is situated in the southern part of Italy and it is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. Its gastronomy, its amazing art and culture, the archaeological sites and the ancient buildings are all attractions of this region that is spread on a 13 590 square km surface.
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