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Highlights in Liguria
- Beautiful Italian region
- Colourful towns and villages
- Delicious food
- Flower festival
- Turquoise sea
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Liguria is genuinely one of the most beautiful areas in Italy. The climate is perfect for growing flowers, so every city is literally strewn with colour, and the impressive coastline of the region is complemented by its many monuments and wonderful gastronomy. Search for a holiday rental in the main city of Genoa to discover urban Legirua, or if you seek to explore the countryside and pretty locations, head east for quieter less developed resorts or west for more amenities and family friendly fun.Lettings you won’t want to leave!
With a generous selection of charming lettings, those who prefer their own space will be delighted with the beautiful range on offer in Liguria. Houses with gardens overlook panoramic seaside views and olive farms. Delightful and capacious flats boast open terraces so you can soak up the scenery whilst sipping on a glass of delectable local Italian wine! There is something for everyone here, for small and large groups, and you will be so comfortable you won’t want to leave!
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The area and getting around
With an area of 5,416 square kilometres, and 300 km of coastline, Liguria is a narrow strip of land that hugs the coastline of northwest Italy, providing fortuitous tourists with a whimsical blend of old-world cities, picturesque villages, rugged hills and dazzling beaches. The main city and entry point for flyers is Genoa, located right in the heart of the region. It makes a great starting point for your exploration of Liguria and a vibrant urban experience before you head into the mostly rural hinterlands of the region.It’s all about the coastline
When we talk about Liguria, we are talking about three hundred kilometres of coastline bathed by splendid turquoise waters, which offer a thousand different ways to spend your holidays in the region. It is home to some of the most beautiful marine national parks in Italy, such as Cinque Terre, Portofino, and Berteggi, where beauteous landscapes fit hand-in-glove with traditional old-world villages.
Travellers and activities
The Ligurian Sea conceals a wonderful secret – take a “stroll” under the water and a panorama of extraordinary beauty will reveal itself to you. The birthplace of diving in Italy, there are many specialized diving centres located in the main towns of Liguria that cater to both experts and beginners. But the epicentre of scuba in the region is 18 miles east of Genoa in the famous seaside village of Portofino. It is also a popular resort, particularly with the rich and famous, and a great place for boutique shopping, fine dining and people watching!Liguria for beach lovers
Liguria’s most incredible pearls are those found on the coast; the coastline is denticulate and mysterious, with gorgeous villages perched high up overlooking the sea. Between the cliffs, there is space for fine sand beaches, coves, and small fishing ports. Beautiful, well-equipped sandy beaches are found west of Genoa Imperia and Savona, the best destinations in the region for families for children. Many of the quieter and uncrowded beach resorts are in the Riviera di Levante district to the east of Genoa, where many local resorts were just small fishing villages several decades ago. For sheer natural beauty, the Riviera di Ponente district which borders France has numerous candied delights.
Liguria is Italy’s most thriving growing region, and its market stalls are full of wonderful fresh produce such as artichokes, asparagus and peaches!
Top 5 travel tips in Liguria
Genoa is Italy's number one sea port and is bursting at the seams with grandeur and sparkling light. The gateway to the Riviera for many, it is well worth a couple of days to experience its impressive architectural heritage and electric atmosphere.2. Experience the colours of Carnival Of Sanremo
During the year, many fascinating festivals are held in Liguria. One of the most unusual is the traditional flower parade held annually in Sanremo, a carnival with floats passing through the city covered in colourful fresh flower sculptures and exhibits. In fact, many of the floats aren’t only decorated with flowers – they are completely made of them!3. Discover your inner whale
The cetacean sanctuary is a triangle of sea that encompasses the nations of Italy, France and Monaco. Take a guided boat trip along the coast and learn all about the fascinating lives of the whales of Liguria as you visit these magnificent specimens in their natural habitat.4. Burst a hole of happiness in your wallet
The region also attracts shopping fans; with Genoa being the leader in terms of the number of colourful markets and shopping complexes. Don’t miss Piazzetta Lavagna market on weekdays, which brings you delightful national delicacies and cute locally made souvenirs.5. Experience South American football culture
Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Corniglia, Monterosso, are the five old fishing villages located along the Ligurian coast that make up the national park of Cinque Terre. They are characterized by kaleidoscope houses built between the mountains and the coast, tiny ports full of wooden fishing boats, and pristine and crystalline sea, and simply must be an indispensable part of your holiday in Liguria.