The ancient Roman city of Luni, and in villages scattered in the hills of the Riviera of La Spezia. Visit La Spezia and surroundings, with the biological disctrict of Val di Vara, historic Sarzana
The bay, windy storms, three islands, a gulf, many medieval villages, each with its own identity, all under the aegis of slightly larger, unique and refined municipalities. In one word poetic
Visit of Portovenere: one of the most enchanting Italian Fishing Villages. Discover how is quarried the world-famous ‘White Carrara marble’. Lunch at the Marble Village of Colonnata and tasting of Local Products
Nature, Culture, Food & Wine, History. Visiting Portovenere and the Lunigiana means discovering a land full of history and a bit of mystery, between Liguria and Tuscany.
Visit the Italian Riviera; Portofino does not have its own train station, so if you are taking a train for your Portofino day trip the closest station is in Santa Margherita Ligure.
Visit the lovely hamlets, Portovenere, Tellaro, Le Grazie & Fezzano, La Spezia, Lerici, San Terenzo
Escape the crowds and explore the Cinque Terre and surrounding coastline by road, from La Spezia to skirt the Ligurian shore past Portovenere to the most famous fishing villages in Italy. Enjoy free time to explore on your own. On the way back to La Spezia, stop in Portovenere to sightsee and visit.