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Highlights in Ligurian Coast
- The Cinque Terre
- Riviera di Ponente and villages
- Sanremo and the Flower Cycleway
- The most beautiful beaches of the Ligurian Riviera
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Holiday rentals and lettings in the Ligurian Riviera
If you are looking for a different destination than usual, the tourist destination of Riviera Ligure, in Liguria, is the perfect destination. Here you can find holiday rentals a stone's throw from the sea and close to all the beach clubs, to have the sea in the morning and nightlife in the evening. The houses are usually very cheap and equipped with every comfort: private pool, barbecue and garden, to enjoy a full holiday and, for the most demanding, you can also stay in independent villas or boats!Lettings in the centre with the family
In addition to the rentals on the coast, you can find many more in the beautiful villages of Liguria, close to all services, shopping streets and supermarkets, to make your holiday relaxing, but also well organised. Also in this case you can enjoy both large rentals and small and intimate houses, with a private swimming pool and a breathtaking view from the terrace on the Gulf. If you choose a holiday letting or letting in one of the many ancient villages of the Ligurian Riviera, you will enjoy a unique atmosphere, rich in history and tradition, where you will feel that time has never passed!
Holidays on the Ligurian Riviera
Location and orientation
The tourist destination of the Ligurian Riviera is the stretch of coastline, or Riviera, which overlooks the Ligurian Sea and extends from the Principality of Monaco to Capo Corvo. It extends for a length of about 330 kilometres. The particular conformation of the Ligurian Riviera, made up of mountains and sea, means that its coast is formed by a variety of beaches that vary between paradisiacal coves, beaches made of fine sand and cliffs overlooking the sea! The Ligurian Riviera will therefore be able to satisfy all the needs and requirements of its visitors! On the Ligurian Riviera you will also find the most important port in the Mediterranean, Genoa. The coast of Liguria that goes from Genoa to Ventimiglia, on the border with France, is known as the Riviera Ligure or Riviera di Ponente. In this part of the Ligurian coast you will find vast, sandy beaches.The ancient villages of the Ligurian Riviera
The tourist resort of the Ligurian Riviera, offers beautiful natural landscapes where are clinging to ancient villages of magical beauty. In addition to the ancient villages of the coast, which you will also find overlooking the sea, you can not miss the many ancient villages of the hinterland, just as charming and full of charm! Do not miss a visit to the ancient villages of the Ligurian Riviera. Discover these historical centres through their narrow streets, rich in ancient history and tradition. While you are discovering these ancient centres, you will be enveloped in a unique and evocative atmosphere. Among the most beautiful and most visited villages you can not miss the villages of the 5 lands on the coast and Bussana in the hinterland. In particular, Bussana was an abandoned village that was repopulated by artists and where you can see how art and crafts have revived the village!
Travellers and related activities
If you want to spend a day full of history, in the village of Varazze you can visit the Naval Museum, it will be very appreciated by the whole family! If you love diving, always in the village of Varazze, you can organise dives in search of the wreck of the ship Pontida of the First World War. Another very popular place for its clear waters is Sestri Levante. If you go to Sestri, you will find beautiful sea and beach and suitable for those who practice windsurfing, sailing, diving, canoeing, or you can even just enjoy the sea relaxed to get a tan on the beach! If you love diving and small unspoilt beaches with few visitors, go to Moneglia. Here you will find numerous isolated beaches and several walks that will lead you to Punta Rospo, a place frequented by those who love diving for its crystal clear sea and its rich seabed!The Ligurian Riviera for those who love nature and walking
If you love quiet walks surrounded by unspoilt nature to discover the area, the tourist resort of Riviera Ligure will satisfy all your needs! If you are near the city of Genoa, you can not miss the district of Nervi, away from the city chaos and daily stress, surrounded by nature, to regenerate physically and in spirit! You can also opt for the village of Bergeggi, perched on the mountain overlooking the sea! A dream village within a protected area full of breathtaking landscapes! On the Ligurian Riviera, you can choose from a wide range of locations that offer walking routes to discover the territory, but you can not miss the excursions to the Cinque Terre. Here you can choose from three different routes, all beautiful. The blue path is one of the most famous in Italy. Renowned for its beauty, the Sentiero Azzurro (Blue Path) runs along the coast that bathes the Cinque Terre and connects all the villages! The second route is called the Via dei Santuari and is an ancient route, which connects the five sanctuaries near the Cinque Terre and used by its inhabitants during celebrations or special occasions. The third route is called Liguria or Alta Via Ligure, following it, you will cross the whole of Liguria, and in some places you will also cross the hinterland with mountain stretches. Don't miss the path called The Way of Love, a walk along the seafront and its breathtaking landscapes!
Do you know that in the Ligurian Riviera you can easily meet dolphins, whales and sperm whales?
Top 5 travel tips
You can't miss a visit to the city of Genoa. Genoa is famous and visited especially for its aquarium. This is a very large aquarium, designed by Renzo Piano, and where you can admire many animals! Besides the aquarium, you can't miss the walk in the historical centre of Genoa. Discover the old part of the city through its narrow streets rich in history and tradition, surrounded by historic buildings of great historical and artistic interest! Some of these historic buildings are now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among the many historic buildings, you can visit, even inside, the Palazzo Rosso and Palazzo Bianco, both located in Via Garibaldi. Walking through its narrow streets you will be surrounded by a unique atmosphere, rich in history and tradition, including historic bookstores, shops, stalls and much more. Don't miss a visit to the Via del Campo, the road sung by Fabrizio De Andrè! Here you will also find a shop dedicated to the famous singer-songwriter. Genoa also offers many points of cultural interest, including the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the magnificent Doge's Palace and the beautiful historic noble palaces. In the evening, don't miss a walk in the port of Genoa, when the colours of the sunset envelop the structures created by Renzo Piano, creating a unique atmosphere!2. The Five Lands
If you love to discover the area surrounded by unspoilt nature and visiting the most beautiful villages in Italy, you can not miss the excursion in the park of the Cinque Terre. Here you can visit five of the most beautiful villages of the Ligurian Coast, immersed in a unique atmosphere, evocative, and rich in history and tradition. These ancient villages are Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore connected by a panoramic walk. You can set out to discover these five ancient villages starting from Levanto, where the train leaves to take you directly to the ancient villages! In addition to the beauty of the historic centres, you will also enjoy breathtaking views while walking along the route.3. Riviera of west and villages
On the Riviera di Ponente, which stretches from Ventimiglia to Genoa, you can enjoy breathtaking views over the ancient villages perched on the rocks. Do not miss a visit to the ancient village of Dolceacqua, one of the most beautiful villages of the Riviera di Ponente and the Ligurian village painted by Monet! Among the many villages, you can not miss the stop at Verezzi and Finale Ligure. All these ancient villages offer unique atmospheres, rich in history and tradition, but also unique breathtaking views of the Gulf! In particular, if you love ancient history, you can not miss a visit to Finalborgo, an open-air museum where you can admire priceless artifacts of historical value, come to light from archaeological excavations.4. Sanremo and the Flower Cycle Route
The city of Sanremo is renowned for being the capital of Italian song for the famous Song Festival that is celebrated every year. The city, however, has much more to offer. You can visit the city admiring its beautiful gardens, doing healthy shopping at the many shops of international brands, spending the evenings at aperitif time in trendy clubs, or spend the day at its beautiful beaches to get a tan reading your favourite book! If you love to discover the territory immersed in its nature and history, you can not miss the Cycle of Flowers. This is a cycle path, flanked by a section dedicated to pedestrians, which leads from Sanremo to San Lorenzo a Mare. All the routes you can choose are marked and equipped and you can also rent a bike. From the bike path, you can also reach the various hiking trails organised to discover the wonders of the territory!5. The most beautiful beaches of the Ligurian Riviera
The territory of the Ligurian Riviera is characterised by the presence of both the sea and the mountains, thus creating diverse beaches that will be able to satisfy all needs. You can choose between small and intimate coves surrounded by unspoilt nature, cliffs overlooking the sea and sandy beaches. If you are on holiday with the family, you can opt for the beach of Alassio, made of fine clear sand and shallow water, so suitable for the fun of children and less experienced swimmers! If you are surfing or kite surfing, you can go to Andora beach, where you will find a part of the beach suitable for these sports. From Andora you can set out to discover the cetacean sanctuary. If you want to spend an evening of fun, you can go to Finale Ligure where, in addition to its beautiful beaches, you will find a promenade full of trendy clubs and discos! If you are looking for relaxation and tranquility, you can opt for the many intimate coves, including the secluded cove of Punta Crena, a true paradise on earth accessible by water, or through a path surrounded by unspoiled nature!