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Porto di Cecina, Tuscany, Italy
Porto di Cecina is also known as Marina di Cecina or Porto of Cecina and it is located in the coastal town with the same name, which is a part of the province of Livorno and the old region of Tuscany. Travellers who will reach this touristic port will be able to also travel to Forence and Livorno, which are not too far away. Porto di Cecina offers its guests spectacular views of the Tyrrhenian Sea and the chance of visiting amazing natural sights of the National Reserve Tomboli di Cecina. There are plenty of attractive places that can be visited in this picturesque location such as the Parco Gallorose which is a complex zoo, the Hermann Geiger Cultural Foundation, the Archaeological Museum, the Acqua Village, etc. Sightseeing tours, water sports like windsurfing and surfing, as well as driving tours and long strolls are tourists’ top preferences when it comes to enjoying Cecina. Adventurers and active tourists can also take surfing classes on this side of the coast.
Facilities of Porto di Cecina
Residual water collection
Cancellation Policy of Porto di Cecina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
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