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Puerto de Bordighera, San Remo, Italy
Puerto de Bordighera is also known as Port of Bordighera and Marina de Bordighera and it is situated in the Italian municipality with the same name, in north-western Italy. It is a touristic marina that can be found in the historic region of Liguria and the province of Imperia, on the Italian Riviera. Exceptional panoramic views can be seen from the shores where tourists can spend hours contemplating the beauty of nature during a relaxation process. Except for the beauty of the beach and Bordighera’s surroundings, this coastal town also has a historical charge that is highly appreciated by those who have a taste for impressive architectural styles and valuable heritages. The Church of Santa Maria Maddalena, the Lowe and Moren Gardens, the Villa Garnier, etc., are just a few of the area’s landmarks. This used to be home to George MacDonald, a Scottish, famous writer who used to live here. Also, Claude Monet was inspired by the beauty and uniqueness of this destination.
Facilities of Puerto de Bordighera
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Puerto de Bordighera : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
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