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Setur Yalova Marina, Yalova, Turkey
Setur Yalove Marina is situated in the Marmara Sea, in Yalova, which is a well-known coastal city, is a peaceful and relaxing city rich in thermal springs and abundant nature. The guests of the marina will benefit of modern facilities during their stay and they will be able to visit the most important attractions in the area, such as the Yalova Natural Park, the Köşk, which is a cultural site that expresses the Turkish cultural heritage where there is an Ottoman style mansion that was used by Atatürk, the founder of the modern Turkey, the waterfalls and the thermal spas. This is a traditional location that offers many natural places, parks and hidden paths where the travellers can relax and have a mouthful of energy. Another point of interest is the Karaca Arboretum on the way to Termal. Those who want to be pampered during their stay, can relax at the Limak Thermal Boutique Hotel, the Yalova Termal Cinar Hotel, the Grand Aydogan Hotel and many more.
Facilities of Setur Yalova Marina
Cancellation Policy of Setur Yalova Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Yalova
The Province of Yalova is located on the shores of the Marmara Sea, in the north-western side of Turkey. The capital of the region is the municipality of Yalova, a city that offers a beautiful panorama towards the sea and many touristic attractions. The high quality services in Yalova are recognised worldwide by the travellers who reach this destination. The natural treasures and the historic inheritance of the city are shared with the tourists from the entire world.
The tourists who will chose this destination will have the opportunity to discover the traces of history, while visiting the insights of the city. According to historical sources, the ancient Yalova was inhabited since the year 3000 BC. Civilizations like the Hittites and the Phrygians lived in the old settlements. Also, the Romans, the Greeks and the Ottoman people came to these lands to expand and evolve. Many monuments, ruins and buildings were left behind to endure rough times but many of them surv... more info