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Puerto Deportivo Maritimo de Marbella, Malaga, Spain

Puerto Deportivo Maritimo de Marbella is located in Marbella, on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, in the province of Malaga. This marina is also known as Port of Marbella or Club Nautico de Marbella. Tourists who will choose this destination will have access to a variety of attractions, thanks to its location, between the Gibraltar Strait and the base of Sierra Blanca. This is an ideal location for water sports enthusiasts and those who are passionate about yachting. There are 27 km of coastline and 24 beaches that offer various advantages. From a historical point of view, Marbella has a rich heritage that is proudly shared with tourists each year. The Old Town, also known as Casco Antiguo, is this city’s historic extension where 10 of Salvador Dali’s sculptures can be admired. Also, the Golden Mile is a fascinating, luxurious area that visitors will simply adore. Marbella’s cuisine is based on seafood and most of it was borrowed from the Malagueno coast.

Facilities of Puerto Deportivo Maritimo de Marbella

Bar

Drinking water

Electricity

Fuel station

Dressing rooms

Security

Shipyard

Crane

Waste collection

Service Station for ships

Restaurant

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Cancellation Policy of Puerto Deportivo Maritimo de Marbella : restrictive

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Attractions in Malaga

The Province of Malaga is situated on the Southern side of Spain, on the Mediterranean coast, in the region of the famous Andalusia. Being bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, Cadiz, Granada, Seville and Cordoba, this province has astonishing surroundings. Being spread on a 7308 km surface, the population of the province is concentrated in its capital which wears the same name. Malaga is one of the oldest cities in the world and therefore, it has some of the most developed cultures and well-administered regions. It has 102 municipalities and a few important cities that are visited by a great number of tourists every year, such as Marbella, Mijas, Estepona, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Velez Malaga. The metropolitan area of Malaga is one of the most popular, where most of the monuments and cultural heritage lay. The other significant regions of the province are Costa del Sol, Guadalhorce Valley, La Axarquia, Serrania de Ronda and Comarca de Antequera.

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