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Why You Should Visit !

A visit to Liguria

Despite its small size, Liguria has a lot to offer including the chance to explore the beautiful beaches and secluded bays of the Italian Riviera, wander the streets of the UNESCO protected old city in Genoa, hike through isolated mountain villages and explore the celebrated Cinque Terra.

Liguria, in the northwestern corner of Italy and stretching from the French border to the Tuscan border, is a region of marvellous contrasts. From the rugged Mediterranean coastline and charming seaside towns of the Italian Riviera to the remote medieval mountain villages and hillside vineyards of the Maritime Alps and the Apennines, holidays to Liguria are full of surprises and delightful discoveries. Liguria is best known for the colourful and laid-back fishing villages of the heritage-protected Cinque Terra, or five lands, as well as its delicious cuisine with homegrown specialities such as pesto and focaccia.

Liguria is an appealing destination for families and couples looking for a relaxing beachside holiday, great food in authentic trattorias and captivating history. Accommodation in Liguria ranges from simple, clean and bright family hotels to luxury historic villas and elegant hotels. The fashionable waterfront town of San Remo and the exclusive seaside resort of Portofino attract travellers looking for intimate and 5-star deluxe accommodation within walking distance of designer boutiques and upscale restaurants. Genoa, the capital of Liguria, has some grand hotels with stylish interiors in the old town. Cinque Terra’s few hotels are simple and authentic harbourside rooms for a relaxing stay.

Most people come to Liguria to walk one of Italy’s most spectacular coastline areas, The Cinque Terra, straddling the cliffs between Levanto and Portovenere. The walk follows ancient stone paths along a spectacular coastline passing through terraced vineyards and forests and dipping into the five beguiling pastel coloured villages – Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso. No matter where you travel along the dramatic coastline you’ll discover secluded rocky coves, golden beaches, beautiful Mediterranean sunshine, fresh seafood and snug beach resorts.

The Portofino peninsula, a playground for the rich and famous, is another popular area of the coast with the very chic and sophisticated pastel-coloured villages of Portofino, Santa Margherita Ligure, Camogli and Rapallo all wonderfully picturesque and still retaining the history and charm of a traditional fishing village despite their glitterati clientele.

The capital Genoa, or Genova in Italian, is an intriguing modern port city that is well worth a couple of days. Lose yourself in the winding medieval alleyways, explore the grand architecture and while away a few hours in its history-rich museums. Genoa also has excellent restaurants and boutique shopping.

All along the coast and inland, lovers of history will be able to explore the ruins of ancient Roman civilisations, medieval abbeys and churches, as well as beautiful examples of Baroque architecture.

Head inland from the coast and a different Liguria awaits you. Take your time to explore isolated and sleepy mountain villages with their own unique traditions and cuisine.

For the thrill seekers and adventure lovers, you can make a beeline for the mountains to climb, mountain bike or hike. On the coast, there’s sailing, fishing, diving and windsurfing.

One of the highlights of a Liguria holiday is the exploration of the region’s diverse and wonderful cuisine, including excellent local seafood, olive oil, cheese, pesto and focaccia. Do as the Italians do and join the nightly passeggiata along the harbour with a gelato.

With its mild climate, picturesque villages, beautiful beaches, culture, art and natural beauty, Liguria is an unforgettable destination.

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