Izola / Isola is a town in the Republic of Slovenia, located near the Italian border on the Adriatic coast. The city is bilingual Slovene - Italian, Slovenian name of the city is Izola, the name is Italian Isola d'Istria. The marina is located in the western part of the fishing town. It is divided into two basins, right basin has 8 wharfs for ships of large capacity and left the pool has 4 platforms for small units. * 650 pl. (8 to 30 m) * T. + +386 5 662 54 00 * F. + +386 5 662 54 06 * Mr. firstname.lastname@example.org
Izola/ Isola est une ville de la République de Slovénie, située près de la frontière italienne sur la côte Adriatique. La ville est bilingue slovène - italien, le nom slovène de la ville est Izola, le nom italien est Isola d'Istria. La marina se trouve dans la partie occidentale de la ville de pêcheurs. Elle est divisée en deux bassins, à droite le bassin possède 8 quais pour navires de grande capacité et à gauche, le bassin possède 4 quais pour les petites unités.
*650 pl. (8 à 30 m)
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