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Porto San Vito, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

Porto San Vito is also known as Port of San Vito and Marina di San Vito and it is situated in the traditional town of Grado, on the Italian coast of the lagoon with the same name. Tourists can find this marina in the Adriatic Sea, between Venice and Trieste. It is a part of the province of Gorizia and the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Grado has a fine reputation for its fishing activities and its tourist attractions, being often called the Sunny Island. The Grado Lagoon is a charming natural sight that enchants nature lovers thanks to its multiple shades of blue and green, its serene and calm waters and perfect views. This is a great place for birdwatching. Boat trips in this area are very popular among tourists. This marina also offers tourists transportation towards the island of Barbana where a mix of architectural styles can be closely observed and plenty of natural attractions can be seen. Local gastronomy is delicious, based on fresh fish and Italian cuisine.

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Cancellation Policy of Porto San Vito : restrictive

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Attractions in Friuli-Venezia Giulia

The region of Friuli is located on the North-Eastern side of Italy and it has an exit to the Adriatic Sea. This region has some of the most beautiful landscapes offered by the natural beauty of the mountain sceneries of the Carnia and the Julian Alpes, combined with lakes and valleys.

The Friuli region is filled with lagoons, long, sandy beaches, rocky coasts and an astonishing cultural heritage. Friuli Venezia Giulia was often called the “land of contrasts”. The tourists will be overwhelmed by ancient towns like Aquileia and the Dolomites that have been included on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The ancient Christian art can be admired in these cities, as well as the mysterious sceneries with colourful landscapes and perfectly clear waters.

Trieste is a fascinating city as well and it is worth visiting for the neoclassical buildings and old cafes. Udine, Gorizia and Pordenone are also surprising locations that will take the touri... more info