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San Nicola L'Arena, Sicily, Italy
San Nicola L’Arena Marina is also known as Port of San Nicola L’Arena or Porto di San Nicola L’Arena and it is hosted by the capital of the island of Sicily, Palermo. This northern side of the island is one of the most important and attractive lands with an exit to the Tyrrhenian Sea and an exquisite view of the Gulf of Palermo. Tourists will enjoy a mild climate which is why this city can be visited throughout the year. There are amazing sights and monuments that are worth visiting, such as the Palazzo dei Normanni which is a symbol of the Normal architecture, the 12th century castle of Zisa and Cuba, the Palazzo Chiaramonte, the Regional Archaological Museum Antonio Salinas, etc. The city walls also represent a popular attraction, due to an authentic aspect. The beach is tourists’ preferred place for unwinding moments, while natural areas are perfect for wildlife exploration. There are spectacular hotels that follow international standards such as the Hotel Porta Felice.
Facilities of San Nicola L'Arena
Residual water collection
Cancellation Policy of San Nicola L'Arena : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Sicily
Sicily Island is located in the Mediterranean Sea and it is also known as Sicilia in Italian. It is an Italian autonomous region and its official name is Regione Siciliana or Sicilian Region. Sicily is the largest island on the Mediterranean Sea and it is located right in the middle of it, offering the locals and the tourists amazing sceneries, spectacular colour spectacles and unique sunsets.
The tallest active volcano on the European Continent is located in Sicily: Mount Etna. There is a strong contrast between the active mountains and the soft sanded beaches that offer access to some of the most beautiful waters in Europe, which is given by the complexity of the island.
Thousands of years ago, Sicily used to be home to the Greek and Phoenician civilizations and later on, to the Vandals, Ostrogoths, Byzantines, Arabs and Normands. The rich history of Sicily is written in the historical sources and thousands of books that contain every single detail ... more info
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