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Port a Sec(Navy Service), Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Port a Sec is also known as Le Port Navy Service and it specializes in handling, parking and selling yachts and boats. It belongs to the Port saint Louis du Rhone, offering many dry berths. It is situated in the coastal commune of Port Saint Louis du Rhone and it offers access to the Historic Camargue, where plenty of attractions can be visited. This destination is ideal for nature lovers and active tourists who enjoy discovering new cultures and a thrilling lifestyle. The St. Louis Tower in town is home to a great ornithological collection of stuffed birds and an attraction of a great value for this area’s heritage. Also, the Rancher’s House, the tours of the fish cannery, etc., are just a few of the many tourists’ objectives that are worth visiting during the stay. During boat trips travellers can visit the Calanques, which are rare stone structures that form amazing landscapes. There is a lot to see and do on these historic lands, where fresh air and nature prime.
Facilities of Port a Sec(Navy Service)
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Port a Sec(Navy Service) : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
Herbs and lavander faded aroma fills your nostrils as you approach the clear, blue waters of one of the most exquisite holiday destinations, The French Riviera. Here, under the pine shaded beaches, visitors nourish in the typical mediteranean climate with warm, dry, sun-soaked summers and gentle winters.
In the late XVIII-th century, the area of France’s mediteranean seashore became a fashionable spa resort for the brittish elite, as well as celebrities such as Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, the Rothschild family, as well as artists and writers such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Edith Wharton, Somerset Maugham or Aldous Huxley. It is said that before that, it was mostly a poor region of France, known for its fishermen small ports, olive plantations and flower cultures, that would be used for the fabrication of perfume.
The region’s name would later come from writer Stepher Ligeard,born in the french region “C&oc... more info
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