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Marina di Punta Ala S.p.A, Tuscany, Italy
Marina di Punta Ala is also known as Porto di Punta Ala or Port of Punta Ala and it is situated in the small settlement that wears the same name which belgs to the Italian town of Castiglione della Pescaia. This marina can be found in the province of Grosseto and Tuscany region and offers the possibility of practising nautical activities and water sports. There are various monuments and places of interest that can be visited in Punta Aala such as the Church of the Lady of Consolata, the Chapel of St Anthony, etc. Luxurious villas that are highly appreciated by elite tourists can be seen here such as the Villa Alemandi, the Villa Piccioli, Villa Di Salvo and many more. The Tower of Appiani is also a major point of interest for history enthusiasts. Travellers who wish to extend their stay in Punta Ala can stay at luxurious and cosy hotels such as the Relais & Chateaux Cala del Porto, the Gallia Palace Hotel Relais & Catheaux, the Golf Hotel Punta Ala and many others.
Facilities of Marina di Punta Ala S.p.A
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Marina di Punta Ala S.p.A : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Tuscany
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