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Marina di Fertilia, Sardinia, Italy
Marina di Fertilia is also known as Porto di Fertilia or Port Fertilia and it is located in the historic, coastal town of Alghero, on the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia. It can be found in the province of Sassari and it is also known as L’Alguer, S’Alighera or La Liera. Tourists who will reach this destination will have the opportunity to practise scuba diving in these amazing, ultramarine waters and discover a unique underwater world that is highly protected. Also, those who are passionate about history will be fascinated by Catalan influences, traditions and language that is uniquely spoken on this Italian land. Neo-classical facades, Renaissance, Gothic and Venetian architectural elements can be observed in this town’s structure. The Alghero cathedral is one of the main landmarks, as well as Palazzo Carcassona, the Church of St Francis and many more. These are incredible sights that are worth visiting during the stay on the Mediterranean shores.
Facilities of Marina di Fertilia
Rental of boats
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Marina di Fertilia : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Sardinia
Sardinia, also known as Sardegna in Italian and Sardigna in Sardinian, is an autonomous region of Italy that is located in the vicinity of Italy, Corsica, Sicily, Tunisia, Provence and the Balearic Islands. It is known to be the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and it has its capital at Cagliare, the largest city on the island.
Sardinia is a wonderful piece of heaven where the waters are crystal clear and the touristic resorts are fantastic. The island receives a great number of tourists each year thanks to its ideal weather conditions, its excellent cuisine and its natural beauties.
According to archaeological evidence, Sardinia seems to be one the oldest structures in Europe. The tourists will be fascinated by the megalithic structures that date from the Mesolithic period, the Bronze Age and other ancient periods of time. Some of the most important structures that are being protected nowadays are the “nuraghi”, which are t... more info