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Mersin Marina, Mersin, Turkey
Mersin Marina is also known as the Port of Mersin and it is located in the city with the same name, in the interurban agglomeration of Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Area. It is a part of Cukurova, a historical and cultural region. Tourists who will stop here will discover the large city of Mersin and will be able to enjoy the many attractions that it has to offer. The experience here will feel oriental and romantic, but will also make the travellers feel that time has stopped while visiting the area. The Mamure Kalesi is an incredible castle that is worth visiting by any curious tourist, as well as the bay of Narlikuyu, the ancient ruins of Anemurium, the Caves of Heaven and Hell and the ancient city of Diocaesarea Olba. The historical heritage here is extremely rich, offering overwhelming sensations, a mixed cuisine and a great night life. History enthusiasts are welcome to visit the Mersin Museum, the Ataturk Museum and the Mersin Naval Musuem to discover rare historical collections.
Facilities of Mersin Marina
Cancellation Policy of Mersin Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Mersin
The Province of Mersin, also known as Mersin Ili in Turkish, is an important economical and cultural region that is situated on the Turkish coast. Being located in southern Turkey, it has an exit to the Mediterranean Sea, hosting the largest port on this side of the coast, where all of the travellers have access to modern facilities and impressive touristic attractions. This region includes the provinces of Adana, Osmaniye and Hatay. This is a popular destination due to the large port where a great number of vessels, yachts and boats can moor throughout the year.
The city of Mersin is the capital of the province that offers both modern attractions, but it enriches and beautifies the travellers’ experience with the rich cultural and historical heritage, inherited from the ancient civilisations. As per archaeological proof, Mersin has been inhabited since 9000 BC. Impressive discoveries were made on these lands and no less than 23 levels of occupations wer... more info