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Puerto de Ceuta, Ceuta, Spain
Hercules Marina is also known as Puerto Deportivo Hercules and it is located on the Northern coast of Africa, being an autonomous city that belongs to Spain. This marina and its surroundings have a more exotic look and impressive tourist objectives. Tourists will find many elements that belong to the Moroccan culture, being located at the foot of the ancient rock of the princes of Monaco. This is one of the few deep water ports on the French Riviera. The main attractions here are El Conjuncto Monumental de las Murallas Reales, the Maritime Park of the Mediterranean, the House of the Dragons, the Cathedral de Santa Maria de la Asuncion, etc. There are many beautiful buildings that have a distinguished architecture. Oriental elements and the combination with the Spanish, old culture represent a perfect mix that will charm history enthusiasts. This marina has recreational purposes but also specializes in tourism, offering its guests the possibility to visit major destinations.
Facilities of Puerto de Ceuta
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Puerto de Ceuta : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Ceuta
Ceuta is a multicultural city and a Spanish autonomous region that is known as an exclave of this country. Being located on the northern African coast, the region is bordered by Morocco and it is also known as Sibtah in Arabic. Ceuta has an exit to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea and a beautiful marina. The city walls can be easily observed from far away and the historical heritage is exposed and shared with the travellers that chose to visit this amazing destination.
According to historical official sources, Ceuta’s existence was noticed before the 5th century BC, when this region was populated by Carthaginians and it represented an important trade and military point. The Romans took their place after a few centuries, then the Vandals, the Visigoths, the Greeks and the Arabs, leaving a lush culture and impressive traces behind. Monte Anyera, the mountain that is now guarded by a Spanish fort, separates Ceuta from Morocco and it always offere... more info
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