Beautiful holiday homes and tips for holidays in Liguria
A holiday home in Liguria with sea views. A holiday dream that can come true quickly.
Holiday home in Liguria.
Lonely and alone with a view to the sea. From the bedroom go to the palm garden and to the olive trees. The way to the pool is just behind the large terrace. Own parking, of course, at the door. Plenty of space for everyone. A dream? No you can easily fulfill these wishes with one click with us. Here the dream comes true: a holiday home in Liguria with sea views with pool and garden.
Especially after the Corona nightmare, please note the importance of a closed living and distance area to the neighbors. In addition, the direct access and parking at the house. All our houses of course comply with the legal hygiene and safety requirements for Covid-19.
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Food, drink and shopping with pleasure.
Holiday. Finally time to enjoy in peace. Man does not live by the sun alone.
Tips for restaurants on the Ligurian coast and in the hinterland. Of course, the top 10 olive oil producers on the Riviera Ligure. Without “Olio extra Vergine di Oliva” from Taggiasca-Olive you are not allowed to go home!
Where is the nearest supermarket? Where the next organic store? The trendy beach bar? The lonely beach (Oh, that’s going to be difficult). The summer collection needs to be refreshed? … In the shopping streets of Oneglia, Sanremo or Nice? All this and much more on the next pages. Scroll.
Tips for the trips.
For the beach, for the mountain tour. On foot or by bike or by car. We will tell you our highlights of the whole area. The best beaches,the loneliest mountain tours. From the cozy village walk to the SUV ride (of course with electric motor :-)) over 2000m mountain ridges. Liguria has a lot of variety for you. Because the whole Ligurian coast and especially the hinterland are worth a trip. Short trips also by train from Genoa to Monaco. Hold on and press the start button.
Stories about this unusual landscape and its people. Or did you know that the shopping street in Porto Maurizio was named after Felice Cascione, a famous Italian partisan and doctor? But your IMPERIA pasta machine came from Turin? Or that one of the first women’s clinics in the world was founded on the Parasio – the old part of Porto Maurizio?