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Puerto Deportivo Gijón, Asturias, Spain
Puerto Deportivo de Gijon is also known as Port Gijon and El Puerto de Gijon and it is located in the city of Gijon which is the largest city in the region of Asturias, in the Cantabrian Sea. This is an amazing destination, where tourists can admire big waves and surf and tourism is extremely well developed. There is an endless list of tourist attractions that can be visited during the stay in Gijon. Guests of the marina are welcome to discover the cultural side of the city by visiting the Campo Valdes Roman Baths or the San Pedro Church. The historical heritage is represented by the Museum of Ferrocarril and the Museum of the Village of Asturias. Being such an active location, everyone can join the water sports activities and attend the surf school in order to spend an amazing time here. This municipality is also identified as Xixon in Asturian and it attracts a large number of tourists each year. It is easily accessible by sea, public transport, railway or highway.
Facilities of Puerto Deportivo Gijón
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Puerto Deportivo Gijón : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Asturias
The Principality of Asturias is also known as the Principado de Asturias in Spanish and Principau d’Asturies in Asturian. This autonomous community is situated in the north-western side of Spain, having a Celtic aspect and being covered by green, spectacular vegetation that shows the rich origins of the region. This is a place where historic tales are told by every rock and cliff, and where the tourists will experience an amazing sensation of freedom. Asturias is divided into 8 counties and it is bordered by Cantabria, Castile, Leon, Galicia and the Bay of Biscay. The beauty of this land is also given by the welcoming culture that is able to easily adopt every single tourist in its warm embrace.
Archaeological and geological evidence points that this territory was inhabited long before other lands in Europe were even discovered. The history of this place goes way back, into the age of Homo Erectus. Long before our times, the Neanderthals, the Celts, the Astures... more info
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