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Marina di Capraia Isola, Tuscany, Italy
Marina di Capraia Isola is situated on the homonymous island, ensuring quick access to the attractions of this stunning place. The port has a capacity of 200 berths. The vessels that can dock here may be as long as 38 meters. Some of the facilities you will find here are daily surveillance, water, electricity, shower and toilets, fuel station, bar and restaurant. The island of Capraia is a famous destination for tourists who sail in the Tuscan Archipelago. It has a vast history, complemented by an impressive landscape. This small and charming island has been turned into a protected national park due to its myriad species of animals and plants that inhabit there. If you love hiking, this is a unique opportunity to indulge in the beauty of nature where wildlife has remained unspoiled. The coastline view is wonderful, so a sailing tour around the island must be included on your to-do list. The island’s landscape comprises rocks, hills and valleys. Some of the island’s landmarks are the old penal colony, the ancient church of Saint Stefano, the island’s lake and vineyards. This quiet island has a constant population of less than 500 and two lovely settlements called Porto and the historic settlement, Capraia, protected by an ancient fortress.
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With its landscape, artistic heritage, medieval villages, historical towns, memorable food and wine, no other province has had more impact on Italian and European culture than Tuscany!
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