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Nuova Marina di Brucoli, Sicily, Italy

known as Nautica Glem Nuova Marina di Brucoli

Nuova Marina di Brucoli is surrounded by crystal-clear waters, lying in a beautiful area of the Brucoli Gulf. It is located only 15 minutes away from Catania. Nuova Marina di Brucoli is an ideal place to book a marina reservation if you love nature. In the immediate surrounding, you can explore unspoiled flora and fauna.

Moreover, Brucoli Marina, jetty of the Glem Nautical Group, is provided with multiple leisure facilities. You can access their relaxation area with deck chairs and enjoy the sun. Close to the port, there is a wonderful beach where you can practice water sports or sunbathe. At lunch and dinner time, you are welcome in Nuova Marina di Brucoli’s restaurant where you can enjoy local and international dishes.

Furthermore, there are other fine restaurants in the nearby as well. The comprehensive package of services includes fuel, video surveillance, mooring assistance, authorized technical assistance, boat rental, showers and locker rooms.

Boats of maximum 20 meters are welcomed here. The berths are all provided with electricity and water.

Facilities of Nuova Marina di Brucoli


Rent car

Mooring assistance

Fuel station


Drinking water

Dressing rooms

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Cancellation Policy of Nuova Marina di Brucoli : restrictive

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