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Porto Turistico San Remo Portosole, San Remo, Italy
Porto Turistico San Remo Portosole is also known as Port of San Remo Portosole and it is located in the Mediterranean city of Sanremo or San Remo, in western Liguria and north-western Italy. It is a part of the province of Imperia and a famous tourist destination thanks to its music events and festive atmosphere. This is a recreational marina that focuses on tourism and leisure. This destination on the Italian Riviera has cyan blue waters, charming beaches and lovely panoramas thanks to surrounding mountains and hills. It is an architecturally rich city that has a long history. Some of the main sights in the city are the Old Bussana, the Russian Orthodox Church, the Santuario Madonna della Costa, etc. Surreal beaches like Tre Ponti can be enjoyed by sun seekers all day long and natural sights like the Natural Park of San Romolo, the Silver Valley and many more can be visited during sightseeing tours. Those who wish to spend their vacation in Sanremo can accommodate in great hotels.
Facilities of Porto Turistico San Remo Portosole
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Porto Turistico San Remo Portosole : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
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