Most popular Villas in Liguria
Highlights in Liguria
- Incredible coastal towns
- Beautiful beaches
- World Heritage Sites
- The cycling path
- Botanical gardens
Most popular amenities for Villas in Liguria
Villas in Liguria
Liguria has several areas where you can find your ideal villa. On the east side, you have the Riviera di Levante, with places like San Remo, where you can rent a fantastic luxury villa close to restaurants and clubs and lots of entertainment. Portofino is an area dotted with vineyards and olive groves, so your villa is going to be surrounded by vegetation and splendid nature. In Imperia, the architectural and monumental wealth is ideal for those interested in history and culture. Families also love Santa Margherita and the quiet, relaxed atmosphere for incredible beach days. Genoa, Savona and Cinque Terre are also great destinations to book your villa. Start your search today and Holidu will find you the best deals!Villas close to the beach
Are you organizing a holiday in Liguria to enjoy its wonderful beaches, its picturesque villages and its incredible natural landscapes? Enjoy cosy villas with spacious lounges and equipped kitchens ideal for couples, families and groups and those travelling with pets, as many rentals allow your furry little friends to stay too. Open the window every morning to enjoy a beautiful landscape in the most picturesque locations. If you stay close to the beach, the azure waters of the sea will delight your mornings as you have your first coffee. Magnificent villas with private pools and manicured gardens are ideal to relax and have a memorable time in Liguria.
Travellers and activities
Liguria has so much to offer so the best thing to do here is to explore the beautiful and unique towns stretching for 186 miles (300 km) from Ameglia to Ventimiglia. Make your own itinerary but make sure to visit the Cinque Terre, with its colourful facades perched on the cliff and the Gulf of Poets or the Gulf of Tigullio. In Genoa, visit Paradis Gulf, the Riviera delle Palme and the Riviera dei Fiori. Some other places you have to visit are Santa Margherita Ligure, Portofino, Rapallo, Chiavari and Sestri Levante. Enjoy a scenic route of mesmerising beauty and incredible seascapes.Liguria for beach lovers
Are there any beautiful beaches in Liguria? Of course there are! Liguria is home to awarded Blue Flag beaches with crystal clear waters and excellent marinas. Soak up the sun rays and enjoy the pristine beaches of Alassio, Camporosso, Boccadasse, Paraggi, Varigotti or Baia del Silenzio. From sunbathing to sailing, swimming and all sorts of water sports, the beach is the ideal place for you to enjoy a fabulous day unwinding under the sun.
Did you know Cinque Terre is one of the most visited areas in Liguria? It attracts more than 2.4 million tourists every year, fascinated by the beauty of its five seaside villages: Manarola, Vernazza, Corniglia, Mornterosso al Mare and Riomaggiore.
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Genoa and Cinque Terre, in addition to Porto Venere, Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In Genoa, tradition meets modernity. Enjoy the visits to Strade Nuove, Palazzo Spinola di Pellicceria, Palazzo Lercari Parodi, Palazzo Campanella and Palazzo Podestà are the beautiful Renaissance palaces that you can admire.The seaside towns are little paradise where the colours and scents of the earth combine harmoniously with the iridescent coloured facades and the deep blue of the sea.2. A weekend getaway in Portofino
Portofino is a whole year round destination. Enjoy international regattas in the summer, evening outdoor events or traditional festivities such as San Giorgio on 23 April. The Teatro is a venue for conferences and events all year you can visit,as well as the church of Portofino and the little piazza in front of it, with great views of Portofino. To improve your visit, get sun-kissed on the best beaches in Paraggi Bay.3. Enjoy the largest aquarium in Italy
In Genoa you can now experience a true blue planet venue visiting the Aquarium of Genoa, the largest in the whole country. About 600 species live together in this giant complex hosting varied specimens even from the Antarctica! Live a unique experience above and below the sea surface and get the chance to take a close look at the dolphins walking along the underwater tunnel. Children and adults alike will enjoy the experience!4. Go to the church of San Rocco
The Church of San Rocco is in Camogli. This church is highly visible from a distance because of its location. Perched high above the cliffs, you will have to climb up about 350 steps to reach the top and get the mesmerising views. There is also a little bar where you can get a nibble or a drink and wait for the sunset. Any other idea to end the day?5. Live prehistory for a day
Liguria is home to one of its most popular attractions, the Toirano Cave. This cave is a great activity for children as they will be fascinated by the skeletons of prehistoric animals and several human footprints from thousands of years ago. Book a tour and enjoy the day!6. Liguria on wheels
In lIguria you have the Pista Ciclabile with more than 26 km to cycle along the Mediterranean coastline. The path is ideal for cycling but also for taking lovely walks any time of the day. Hire your bike and ride away the flat and easy way that will take you from Bonassola to Framura.7. Visit the Hanbury Gardens
Hanbury Botanical Gardens is one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in the country. The plants are cultivated following its natural cycle of reproduction. Admire the colourful diversity of plants, palm trees or yuccas in their natural habitat. The manicure gardens are the ideal setting to spend a day surrounded by nature, take a stroll and enjoy the quiet atmosphere.