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Marina di Portorosa, Sicily, Italy
Marina di Portorosa is also identified as Porto di Portorosa or Portorosa Touristic Port and it is located in the third largest city on the island of Sicily, Messina. It is also known as the capital of the province with the same name and it represents a great attraction for all tourists who wish to visit a historically charged area that is strategically positioned next to the Strait of Messina. This marina specializes in tourism and pleases its guests thanks to its city’s complexity and the beauty of its natural surroundings. There are numerous religious sites, civil and military architectural points of interest, monuments and museums that are worth visiting while in the area. The Cathedral of Messina, the Church of the Annunziata dei Catalani, the Porta Grazia, the Fountain of Orion, etc., are all main landmarks with a long history and engaging stories. There are many eye-catching hotels to choose from such as the Royal Palace Hotel, the Grand Hotel Liberty, etc.
Facilities of Marina di Portorosa
Residual water collection
Starting from 15 € per day, between 01.01.2017 and 14.04.2017
Starting from 24 € per day, between 15.04.2017 and 14.06.2017
Starting from 30 € per day, between 15.06.2017 and 15.09.2017
Starting from 24 € per day, between 16.09.2017 and 31.10.2017
Starting from 15 € per day, between 01.11.2017 and 31.12.2017
Cancellation Policy of Marina di Portorosa : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Sicily
Sicily Island is located in the Mediterranean Sea and it is also known as Sicilia in Italian. It is an Italian autonomous region and its official name is Regione Siciliana or Sicilian Region. Sicily is the largest island on the Mediterranean Sea and it is located right in the middle of it, offering the locals and the tourists amazing sceneries, spectacular colour spectacles and unique sunsets.
The tallest active volcano on the European Continent is located in Sicily: Mount Etna. There is a strong contrast between the active mountains and the soft sanded beaches that offer access to some of the most beautiful waters in Europe, which is given by the complexity of the island.
Thousands of years ago, Sicily used to be home to the Greek and Phoenician civilizations and later on, to the Vandals, Ostrogoths, Byzantines, Arabs and Normands. The rich history of Sicily is written in the historical sources and thousands of books that contain every single detail ... more info
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