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Gela Yacht Charter Information

Gela is a town which lies in the province of Caltanisetta in the South of Sicily.

It is located at about 84 km from the city of Caltanisetta on the Mediterranean coast on the estuary of Gela River between Ragusa and Agrigento.

Gela is also a renowned yacht charter destination in Sicily and its port which lies on the southwest coast of the island is principally a port of refuge, but it is also dedicated to yachts.

The Marina Gela offers 200 berths for yachts measuring up to 30m long.

It is located near some interesting marinas nearby like Marina Licata in Agrigento with 200 moorings for yachts of 20m long and the Marina Donnalucata in Ragusa with 40 moorings for yachts measuring at about 8m long.

Gela is a city that boasts a rich history and culture and around the town you will see many buildings and monuments that date back from the Roman, Byzantine and the medieval ages.

During your yacht charter trip in the town of Gela, you will have the opportunity to visit some interesting places .

There are the famous Akropolis, the Regional Archaeological Museum, the renowned archaeological site of Capo Soprano and the various Greek temples scattered here and there.

You can also visit the Castellucio (a small castle) that lies at about 10k from the city center, the castle was built in the early 13th century.

You can also spend a nice time at the Natural Reserve of Biviere di Gela where you will find a beautiful coastal lake surrounded by numerous dunes.

Gela also hosts some popular beaches that you can explore and spend a day out sunbathing and enjoying the various water sports activities offered.

It is particularly recommended to visit the Manfria which is a typical Mediterranean beach with a dune landscape and the Torre di Manfria, also known as Manfria Tower.

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