The beautiful sea, the blue of the sky, the green of the parks immersed in this natural palette: the Cinque Terre, Portofino, the Gulf of Poets and that of Tigullio. From Deiva Marina to Levanto, a hundred villages like many nativity scenes. Sandy beaches, equipped marinas, cliffs and rich depths for diving. In the hinterland, mountain bike and hiking trails. The cycle-pedestrian path from Levanto to Framura is beautiful for the whole family.
Recognized by UNESCO as "World Heritage", they have become a National Park and Marine Protected Area. One of the most pristine natural Mediterranean areas. A sanctuary corresponds to each of the 5 seaside villages (Monterosso, Vernazza, Manarola, Corniglia, Riomaggiore). A horizontal path connects all 5 places of worship; historical itinerary to be traveled on foot, on horseback or by bicycle.
The door of the Cinque Terre. Historic center with medieval buildings. One of the largest beaches on the Riviera del Levante. In July, the Feast of the Sea with historical parades. In July and August concert evenings in the churchyard of the splendid church of San Andrea. In winter, a surfer's paradise. In Vallesanta an artificial wave for skateboarding.
Cliffs and cove in this place are a medicine against stress. The remains of the Da Passano Castle are still visible. The steep territory that slides into the sea, offering breathtaking views. True paradise for nature lovers.
Beautiful sandy beach, pristine seabed, cliffs and almost wild beaches.
The Gulf goes from Portovenere to Lerici. There are seaside villages, medieval castles, churches, beaches. Land loved by poets and writers. Two important sporting events take place here: the Palio del Golfo, a rowing competition between the 13 villages, and the Byron Cup, a swimming competition in the open sea. On September 13, the Feast of San Venerio, patron saint of the Gulf.
Together with the islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, and the Cinque Terre it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On its promontory the ancient Church of San Pietro. By boat you can reach the Palmaria island, a nature reserve; there are numerous sea caves, such as the famous Blue Grotto.
One of the most beautiful seaside villages in Liguria. On the promontory the Castle of 1152; the hamlet of San Terenzo, a Golf Club, Fiascherino, Tellaro (one of the most beautiful villages in Italy). For the feast of St. Erasmus, patron saint of sailors, a large night procession in the bay, illuminated by thousands of candles.
Promenade Morin, splendid view of the Gulf of Poets. To visit the Naval Museum, the San Giorgio Castle, a pedestrian center with numerous shops. Every year the great Fair for the Feast of the Patron Saint, San Giuseppe. The first Sunday of August the Palio del Golfo, with fires on the sea.
Wild landscapes between sea and mountains. Land on the border between Liguria and Tuscany, with the Montemarcello-Magra Park at its center. The park to be explored on foot, by bicycle, by canoe on the Vara river, or on horseback towards the Alta Via dei Monti Liguri.
In the hinterland the medieval villages of Borghetto Vara, built as a station along the royal road. In a panoramic position, the Sanctuary of Nostra Signora di Roverano, near the hamlet of L’Ago.
One of the most beautiful villages in Italy. The defensive role of the village clearly emerges from the architecture of the buildings, which can still be accessed today through two single entrances: Porta Sottana and Porta Soprana. In the ancient church are located archaeological excavations.
Known as a round village, one of the centers that, by virtue of the techniques of organic farming, make the Val di Vara the Valley of organic farming.
With its karst caves.