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Porto di Sapri, Campania, Italy
Porto di Sapri is located in Sapri, Sicily. This well-provided port offers a complete set of amenities for tourists who come here to moor their boat and enjoy a relaxing vacation in the Policastro Gulf. This is one of the largest ports in the area and it can accommodate 350 boats of different sizes on one of its 5 floating docks.The surrounding area is beautiful and this makes it perfect for those who enjoy nature. Sapri is an amazing place that offers a wide range of tourist attractions and leisure opportunities. Those who love water sports and want to spend most of their time near the sea should opt for the Villammare Beach. Travelers who enjoy long walks by the beach should also see one of the main landmarks of Sapri, the Spigolatrice, a bronze statue, located in the middle of the sea amidst white rocks. Other local attractions in Sapri are Parrocchia S. Giovanni Battista, Parco Nazionale del Cilento e Vallo di Diano, the historic center of Sapri.
Facilities of Porto di Sapri
24 hour access
Service Station for ships
Starting from 8 € per day, between 01.01.2017 and 30.06.2017
Starting from 19 € per day, between 01.07.2017 and 31.08.2017
Starting from 8 € per day, between 01.09.2017 and 31.12.2017
Cancellation Policy of Porto di Sapri : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Campania
The region of Campania is one of the preferred destinations of tourists around the world, thanks to its historical inheritance, the beautiful coastal sceneries and the famous cities of Naples, Sorrento, Salerno, Positano and others. Campania is situated in the southern part of Italy and it is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. Its gastronomy, its amazing art and culture, the archaeological sites and the ancient buildings are all attractions of this region that is spread on a 13 590 square km surface.
The beauty of this destination is given by the coastal cities and villages, by the romantic marinas and the rich history of the land. Historical evidence points that the first to have colonised the region of Campania were the Ancient Greeks. Therefore, it used to be a part of Magna Graecia and its Greco-Roman culture can still be sensed in many of today’s traditions.
Naples is the capital of Campania and it represents the most popular city in the ... more info