Surrender yourself to nature!
Sail in the Ligurian Sea also known as the Sanctuary of Cetaceans: great diving to admire incredible sea life. The region is conventionally divided into two coasts: Riviera di Levante and Riviera di Ponente, characterized, first, from coasts generally high, rocky and jagged, the second,from low and sometimes sandy coasts.
Riviera di Levante is home to the most beautiful and exciting places of Liguria, all characterized by almost fairy-tale architecture: Portofino, founded during the Roman Empire is one of the most exclusive and trendy Italian suburbs.
The Cinque Terre, so named because composed of five villages (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore), are the main tourist destination in the region and have been declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Portovenere, a small village in pastel colors and perched on a cliff, overlooking the sea with the Doria Castle and offers you the opportunity to go trekking in the magnificent National Park.
Rapallo, illuminated by the traditional fireworks in July, is a town that combines history, architectural treasures and beautiful landscapes. Its ancient castle on the sea offers a romantic view of the coast. Fell from the tower you can walk along the promenade, through the ancient village of fishermen, to get the Cloister of Music, built in 1929 in Liberty style. You will make very few steps to reach Casa Garibaldi, building of national importance.
The Riviera di Ponente is home to probably the most famous city in Liguria: Sanremo. Seat of the famous Italian Song Festival and Casino offers relaxing walks among colorful gardens and villas.