From the Riviera dei Fiori to the west to the Cinque Terre to the east, Liguria is a dense succession of fishing villages, among the most colorful in Italy. The houses in pastel shades that characterize the villages of the coast, in fact, are also distinguished by sea. Finalborgo, Camogli, Moneglia, but also Boccadasse and Noli are just some of the maritime districts of the Western Liguria and the Levant appreciated by tourists. But also the hinterland, hilly and wooded, preserves pearls of rare beauty, such as Apricale, Pigna and Perinaldo. In short, the narrowest region of the Belpaese is actually a long "list" of villages, all to be discovered in any season of the year.
Apricale is a medieval village perched in the Ligurian hinterland, in Val Nervia.
Boccadasse is an ancient fishing village of the city of Genova, Liguria.
Celle Ligure is a small village overlooking the sea, set in a harmonious inlet of the Riviera Ligure di Ponente.
The perfect acoustics of the square has devoted this hamlet of the Ligurian Riviera di Ponente to music; in every home you will find at least a sailor or a fisherman.
Corniglia, a hamlet of Vernazza, is the only village of the Cinque Terre not touching the sea.
Dolceacqua is a typical medieval village of Val Nervia, in Liguria.
The village of Dolcedo is located in the Prino Valley, in Liguria.
Closed between well-preserved medieval walls, the Borgo di Finale offers visitors a feeling of protection and meditation.
Framura is the collective name of 5 small fractions of which it is composed the Municipality, which extend from the sea toward the inside, along a steep stairway that connects them.
The village of Laigueglia preserves the typical architecture and the fascination of the seaman's village, in Liguria.
Manarola is the second smallest village in the Cinque Terre and at Christmas here you can find the largest nativity scene in the world.
The village of Moneglia, located on the Riviera di Levante, as well as being a most beautiful village in Italy, holds the Italian Blue Flag award record.
Monterosso al Mare
Monterosso al Mare is the largest village of the Cinque Terre, a place of inspiration for the famous poet Eugenio Montale.
The village of Nervi is situated at the extreme eastern periphery of Genoa, in Liguria.
Noli, in Liguria, stands out for its charming and ancient maritime village.
Pegli is a seaside village of the Ponente Genovese, in Liguria.
The medieval village of Perinaldo in Liguria is called Poggio delle Stelle, for its astronomical Observatory "G. D. Cassini"
In Pigna, in Liguria, time and life depend on the passing of the seasons, while the rules and standards are imposed by the climate.
Porto Venere is the borgo marinaro smaller in the province of La Spezia, in Liguria.
Seborga is a small Ligurian village that became famous for the Principality.
Sestri Levante is one of the last places facing east on the gulf of Tigullio, east of Genoa, in Liguria.
The village of Triora is located in the Argentina Valley, in Liguria.
On the Riviera delle Palme, Borgio Verezzi is a charming village set among the rocks and the sea.
Vernazza is part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.