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Puerto de Cabo de Cruz, Galicia, Spain
Puerto de Cabo de Cruz is also known as Puerto Deportivo de Cabo de Cruz and it is hosted by the municipality of Boiro, where busy beaches, warm waters and perfect weather are gathering many tourists every year. The beach of Barrana and Cabo de Cruz are the main beaches where travellers and the locals can have a wonderful time while admiring the beautiful panorama and relaxing while being pampered by the warmth of the sun. The old town of Boiro is worth visiting by the travellers who can also participate to the festivals that are being organized here each year. This Marina has a capacity of 155 berths and its guests can accommodate into the vacation houses such as Casa Costaneira, Hotel Jopi or Hotel Boiro Miramar. This is a perfect destination for those who are passionate about archaeology, thanks to many ancient remains and annual meeting that are being organized by experts and intellectuals. Also, it represents a great destination for family vacations, thanks to silent surroundings.
Facilities of Puerto de Cabo de Cruz
Starting from 8 € per day, between 01.01.2018 and 31.05.2018
Starting from 8 € per day, between 01.06.2018 and 30.09.2018
Starting from 8 € per day, between 01.10.2018 and 31.12.2018
Cancellation Policy of Puerto de Cabo de Cruz : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Galicia
The autonomous community of Galicia is situated in the North-Western side of Spain, being bordered by Portugal. The name of the province is also known as Galiza and it is pronounced in various ways, depending on the area. This province has earned the title of a historic nationality and it is composed of the provinces A Coruna, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra. Galicia is bordered by Atlantic Ocean and it is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
The greatest parts of the landscapes here are picturesque and have a rather raw, celtic aspect, by comparison to the southern side of Spain, which tends to be more exotic. The cliffs are extremely high and covered by grass and vegetation and the villages are traditional and exhale the Spanish culture through its pores.
This region is extremely old, dating from the Middle Palaeolithic. The first inhabitants that could be detected through archaeological evidence were the Gallaeci, who were Celtic people liv... more info
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