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Attractions 2018-05-14T11:48:10+00:00

Five jewels on the sea:

the Cinque Terre

Among the major attractions of the Italian coast, the Cinque Terre, along the jagged stretch of coast of the Ligurian Levant.
Five villages with unique and unrepeatable architecture, created in the inlets created by the sea following the natural shape of the hills.
Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare are part of the UNESCO World Heritage.

The city of La Spezia is able to tell a multiplicity of stories, all converging in a single urban agglomeration

Find the typical Ligurian architecture of the village to “carugio”, but also the nineteenth-century Liberty style buildings and buildings with a linear style typical of the 1930s. In the historic center animated by characteristic bistros, you can indulge in a stroll between good food and pleasant shopping and devote yourself to culture with the various museums: the museum of ancient and medieval art Amedeo Lia, the Museum of the Seal, the CAMEC (Modern and Contemporary Art Center), the Podenzana Ethnographic Museum.

The city of La Spezia is able to tell a multiplicity of stories, all converging in a single urban agglomeration

Find the typical Ligurian architecture of the village to “carugio”, but also the nineteenth-century Liberty style buildings and buildings with a linear style typical of the 1930s. In the historic center animated by characteristic bistros, you can indulge in a stroll between good food and pleasant shopping and devote yourself to culture with the various museums: the museum of ancient and medieval art Amedeo Lia, the Museum of the Seal, the CAMEC (Modern and Contemporary Art Center), the Podenzana Ethnographic Museum.

The west side
of the Gulf of Poets:
Portovenere

The magnificent village of Portovenere, part of the Unesco Heritage, is located in the westernmost part of the Gulf of Poets, a name gained thanks to the attendance of prestigious names of literature such as Lord Byron, to whom the wonderful “cave” is entitled. In front of the beautiful village we find the archipelago with the three islands, Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, which you can easily visit by boat.

The east side
of the Gulf of Poets:
Lerici e Tellaro

At the opposite end of the Gulf of Poets found Lerici. A maritime jewel with medieval architecture, with typical houses scattered along narrow carruggi. You can enjoy the magnificent seafront promenade in the direction of San Terenzo, where Villa Marigola and Villa Magni stand out, inhabited by Percy and Mary Shelley. Wonderful also the typical seaside village of Tellaro, with boats in the square on the sea and the ancient church of San Giorgio.

The east side
of the Gulf of Poets:
Lerici e Tellaro

At the opposite end of the Gulf of Poets found Lerici. A maritime jewel with medieval architecture, with typical houses scattered along narrow carruggi. You can enjoy the magnificent seafront promenade in the direction of San Terenzo, where Villa Marigola and Villa Magni stand out, inhabited by Percy and Mary Shelley. Wonderful also the typical seaside village of Tellaro, with boats in the square on the sea and the ancient church of San Giorgio.