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Nautica 180, Tuscany, Italy
Nautica 180 is an Italian marina that lies on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea, near the city of Pisa. It is a part of the province with the same name and Tuscany region, at the moutyh of the River of Arno. It is a recreational port that is surrounded by typical Mediterranean vegetation, in front of to the Natural Park of Migliarino San Rossore. It is the ideal resource for nautical equipment and facilities. Dramatic sceneries can be admired here for hours by those who are looking to relax in a superb area of the Italian shore. The city of Pisa offers its visitors an endless list of touristic sights and attractive places such as its historical symbol, the Tower of Pisa. This is a sophisticated destination where the Piazza dei Miracoli, the Cathedral of Pisa, the Basilica Romanica di San Piero a Grado and many other tourist objectives reflect a wealthy history and a resistant culture. There are mind-blowing hotels in Pisa such as the Hotel San Ranieri, the Abitalia Tower Plaza, etc.
Facilities of Nautica 180
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Nautica 180 : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Tuscany
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!
Tuscany is a magnificent province situated in the heart of Italy which fascinates its visitors with superb landscapes and extraordinary culture. The region is considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance period and is the host of unique museums and cultural landmarks that are the best display of quality architecture and gorgeous Italian charm.
Florence (Firenze), the region’s capital, is the most populated city in Toscana, situated on the river Arno and is well known for its importance in the Middle Ages and Renaissance period, alluring through its art and architecture. Lose yourself in the piazzas in Florence’s centre, get a taste of Renaissance art from the Palazzo Pitti and Galeria Uffizi and you’ll be fascinated by the view from the Ponte Vecch... more info
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