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Marina di Brucoli, Sicily, Italy

known as Canale Marina di Brucoli (Nautica Glem)

Brucoli Marina is also known as Marina di Brucoli or Port of Brucoli and it is situated in the coastal village with the same name, in the Italian city of Siracusa which is located in eastern Sicily. This small village is a part of the province of Siracusa and it is also known by locals as the Country of Brucoli. Tourists who will visit this marina will discover a simple, traditional spot on the Ionian coastline. Sun seekers and tourists who wish to relax will be able to easily disconnect here and will have the opportunity of knowing local traditions. Numerous events and festivals are held annually by local people, assuring a festive atmosphere. Brucoli was home to the Italian singer and showman, Fiorelli, and impressed many other artists through its simplicity. Travellers who wish to extend their stay can accommodate in friendly hotels like the Hotel Residence Capo Campolate, the Hotel Venus Sea Garden, etc. and eat out at local restaurants like Al Castello, ‘A Priurissa, etc.

Facilities of Marina di Brucoli

Bar

Restaurant

Drinking water

Dressing rooms

Market

Electricity

Shipyard

Crane

Service Station for ships

Pharmacy

Master harbour

Photo Gallery

Cancellation Policy of Marina di Brucoli : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

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