The sea Trail, to swim carefree between Vernazza and Monterosso

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The coast of the Cinque Terre by the sea: a joy for the eyes not only for those who own a boat. The success of the Cinque Terre makes them very attractive for those who like to sail and motorboats, yachts, sailboats flock more and more in the coves and beaches of this stretch of coast, sometimes in […]

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The Summer Solstice is here: many celebrations between sea and mountains

Highlights, History and culture, Lerici, Lunigiana, Plan your visit, Val di Vara, What's Up & Exhibitions Leave a comment

On the eve of the Summer Solstice, some spirituality and nature events celebrate the days of light. Borgo San Lorenzo is an inland village behind Lerici: here, in the twilight of the woods at sunset, an evocative spectacle between nature and millenary constructions that celebrates light in the days of summer Solstice has been occurring […]

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Open olive groves: experience the gold of Liguria

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Le foglie dai riflessi dorati mosse dalla brezza del mare, il legno profumato, la forza dei fusti antichi e i frutti torniti: gli oliveti di Liguria sono la cornice inconfondibile dello sguardo ligure sul mondo,. La manifestazione Oliveti Aperti del prossimo weekend 15 e 16 Giugno li apre al pubblico per farli conoscere e degustarne i prodotti.

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An island in the Gulf

Gulf of Poets, Highlights, Miscellaneous, Portovenere Leave a comment

The island of Palmaria. The island within reach. So close, so far away. Almost reachable by swimming from Porto Venere, Palmaria is still an island …

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The new passage to Luni Antica

Highlights, History and culture, Lunigiana, Magra Valley, Sarzana, What's Up & Exhibitions Leave a comment

A series of passages, and in particular a scenic walkway that from above the highway leads to the archaeological area, to take a journey through time: from our days in a few steps to the glories of Luni Antica The cove photo is by The area of ancient Luni is an important archaeological park, […]

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The Warrior of Sorano, proud guardian of the Pieve di Filattiera

Highlights, History and culture, Lunigiana, Magra Valley Leave a comment

An ancient sandstone warrior watches silently over the Parish Church of Santo Stefano in Sorano, a jewel of Romanesque architecture that stands out, unexpected in its austere beauty, among modern buildings. We are in Filattiera, at the crossroads of valleys and roads, a place furrowed by the course of the Magra and the passage of […]

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Reggio and the Sanctuary Road: pining for peace in the Cinque Terre

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Cinque Terre away from the crowd is a wish that many visitors have during their stay, as the incredible amount of people make many want to run away. Trekking is definitely the solution, as well as one of the best things to do in the area. Trekking on the Sanctuary Road features more than just a […]

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Acciughe fritte e vino, semplicce aperitivo

3 reasons why the Ligurian cuisine is not a poor one

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Measured in condiments and mild in flavor, the Ligurian cuisine is called “cucina povera” by those who misunderstands it, because poverty is actually its wealth. The beauty of Italy is also made by what it can put on the table: there is no Italian region that does not have some culinary specialties known throughout the […]

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