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Setur Finike Marina, Antalya, Turkey
Setur Finike Marina is also known as Port fo Setur Finike and it is located in Finike, a coastal municipality that was once known as Phoenicus, during the ancient times. This marina specializes in nautical activities and tourism and it offers its guests luxury amenities and amazing panoramic views. The city of Finike offers its guests the possibility to visit the ancient ruins such as Lymira, where fresh and cool water can be found inside of the temple. This destination is suitable for the most pretentious tourists who will be able to enjoy a wide range of services that meet the highest standards, in regards to the gastronomy, accommodation and tourism. The travellers who will want to spend a few days in this location will be able to accommodate in hotels like L’Orangeraie, the hotel Grand Finike, Presa di Finica Hotel and suites and many more. Hotels like the Hotel Grand Finike and a large number of luxury apartments can host a large number of tourists throughout the year.
Facilities of Setur Finike Marina
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Setur Finike Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Antalya
The Province of Antalya or Attalea is famous for its amazing attractions and it is the third most visited place in the world. It is famous for its luxurious holiday resorts, the ultramarine waters and the complexity of its cities. Antalya is located on the Turkish coastline, in the Gulf of Antalya. The beauty of this city is unspeakable: its ottoman houses, its old buildings, its mountain shades, its stylish hotels, the incredible beaches and the well preserved historical sights are all parts of the mind-blowing city that attracts millions of tourists each year.
According to written, historical sources, the founder of Antalya was Attalus II of Pergamon in 150 BC. Back then, the city represented an important naval point. The old Attalea quickly evolved and grew into a prosperous region that belonged to the Roman Empire and later on, to the Byzantine Empire. There are fortifications, walls and ruins that still have the ability to share their historic tales with the vis... more info