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Port de Colera, Catalonia, Spain
Port de Colera is located in the commune with the same name, on the Mediterranean shore, having 150 berths. This medium marina is a special place where the travellers can rest and experience a peaceful state of mind, on the clean, silent beaches. Colera is a small village where most of the buildings are covered in white and the vegetation is lush. The small bay is surrounded by hills and mountains which stand tall, right next to the warm waters of the sea. Tourists will fully enjoy this relaxing view, as well as the leisure activities that are offered by the local services. Those who enjoy exploring and entering the underwater universe, are welcome to try the diving facilities and create unforgettable memories in this simple, yet amazing location. There are a few attractions on the surface, too, such as the archaeoogical site from Pla de Patol and a few ancient monuments that are worth visiting. B&Bs La Gambina and Hostal Tots Som Pops are ideal for those who want to rest.
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Cancellation Policy of Port de Colera : restrictive
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Attractions in Catalonia
Catalonia is one of the most famous Spanish regions in the world, being known as Catalunya in Catalan, Cataluña in Spanish, Catalogne in French or Catalonha in Occitan. The Catalan language is predominant in this autonomous region that represents the largest and most important territory of the Catalan culture. This historical region is visited by a great number of tourists every year, giving the fact that it also includes parts of North Catalonia, Valencia, the Balearic Islands, Andorra and a part of Aragon.
It is situated between France and Andorra and it has an amazing coastline that stretches at the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. The cultural and historical heritage can be found in the four provinces it includes: Barcelona, Girona, Tarragona and Lleida. There is archaeological evidence that proves that the first colonies in Catalonia were Greek and Carthaginians, which only makes the entire territory even more fascinating.
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