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Port Cap d´Ail, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Port Cap d’Ail is also identified as Marina Port Cap d'Ail or Port de Plaisance de Cap D’Ail and it is situated in the commune with the same name, on the south-eastern side of France, in the Alpes-Maritimes department. It is bordered by the district La Colle in Monaco. This coastal village that hosts this marina is also known as Copdaglio and it is a modern seaside resort, chosen by holiday makers who wish to escape urban agglomerations. This is an ideal area with idyllic landscapes between mountain and sea, that combines the frenetic atmosphere of a summer resort and the sound of nature. Tourists who are interested in discovering more than just the magnificent beaches of the area, can take guided tours and visit important sights and monuments that form Cap d'Ail's heritage, such as Le Chateau des Terrases, the Villa Roc Feluri, the Park Sasha Guitry, the Tour d'Aglio, etc. Great names like Winston Churchill helped build this town's reputation over time, thanks to its many advantages.
Facilities of Port Cap d´Ail
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Starting from 6.8 € per day, between 01.05.2017 and 30.09.2017
Starting from 2.9 € per day, between 01.01.2017 and 30.04.2017
Starting from 2.9 € per day, between 01.10.2017 and 31.12.2017
Cancellation Policy of Port Cap d´Ail : 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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