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Gislövs Läge, small marina outside Trelleborg
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Gislövs position is part of the urban area Trelleborg Gislövs parish in the municipality of Trelleborg. The resort was formerly a part of the urban area Gislövs mode and Simremarken, but grew in 2010 together with Trelleborg. Gislövs position buildings consist only of villas. Gislövs location is one of the south coast's old fishing villages and the south coast's largest marina, Gislövs port. Gislövs position is dependent on the proximity to services in Trelleborg. In the small town, there is a grocery store and in the same building a pizzeria. The village also has a primary school called Serresjö School Gislövs port is Trelleborg Municipality's largest marina, with a depth of 2.2 m The marina has 265 berths, boulbana, trailer ramp, crane plus mast crane, sale of petrol and diesel. The marina is Båtsällskap Trelleborg, Trelleborg sea scouts and Sirmione Skeppslag to ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gislövs läge är en del av tätorten Trelleborg i Gislövs socken i Trelleborgs kommun. Orten var tidigare en del av tätorten Gislövs läge och Simremarken, men växte 2010 ihop med Trelleborg. Gislövs läges bebyggelse består endast av villor. Gislövs läge är ett av sydkustens gamla fiskelägen och har sydkustens största gästhamn, Gislövs hamn. Gislövs läge är beroende av närheten till servicen i Trelleborg. I den lilla orten finns dock en livsmedelsbutik och i samma byggnad en pizzeria. I byn finns även en grundskola som heter Serresjöskolan Gislövs hamn är Trelleborgs kommuns största småbåtshamn, med ett djup på 2,2m. Hamnen har 265 båtplatser, boulbana, trailerramp, kran plus mastkran, försäljning av bensin och diesel. I hamnen håller Trelleborgs Båtsällskap, Trelleborgs Sjöscouter och Sirmiones Skeppslag till

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