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West marina in trelleborg
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Västra hamnen i Trelleborg.

Ligger vid E6:an, bland det första man ser när man kommer från Malmö.
Tillgång till toalett och sopkärl.
Bra övernattning i väntan på färja. Både husvagn och husbil. Kostar inget.
I hamnen kan man bada, finns liten sandstrand.
Mycket fåglar att studera, bra promenadstråk.

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Uploaded: 01/02/2012
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