Oeiras Marina
Oeiras Marina is located at entrance of the Tejo River estuary, near the Ocean Pool in Oeiras, Estoril Coast in Portugal. Oeiras Marina has capacity for 284 boats with dimensions between 6 to 25 meters, has a team of security and sailors, they ensure uninterrupted operation indirect support of the craft, particularly in access, maneuvering, fueling etc. With restaurant spaces, bars and shops, is a very pleasant place that invites you to enjoy agreeable moments of free time.
Copyright: Luis marques
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Uploaded: 04/01/2011
Updated: 26/08/2014


Tags: oeiras; marina; portugal; estoril coast; boats; nautical; europe
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