Genoa was one of the four maritime republics that dominated the Mediterranean Sea for three centuries form the Middle Ages, so it’s packed with history.

Sestri Levante

A very quaint seaside fishing village, that was once an island with a peninsula that has since been connected to the main land.


Chiavari is situated in the heart of the Riviera coastline between Portofino and the Cinque Terre.


Discovered in the 1800’s by poets and travelers for its climate, Rapallo’s proximity to the coast make for mild winters, so people can enjoy easy strolls along the sunny seafront and golfers get to enjoy one of the oldest 18 holes course in Italy.

Cinque Terre

An absolute must see place, the Cinque Terre encompasses five charming little sea villages, each nestled in the rocky coastline of Liguria, Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.

Camogli & San Fruttuoso

Camogli is small and charming fishing village where the protagonist is the sea. Camogli is famous for its pastel-coloured houses and for its large pebbled beach.
Camogli’s ancient castle The Dragonara is right on the sea and was built during the period of the Saracen Pirate invasions to defend the port. San Fruttuoso is a small and secluded bay with a Medieval Abbey accessible only by boat or by foot, with the most breathtaking sights to see.

Santa Margherita Ligure

Santa Margherita Ligure is a bustling little town located on a glamorous bay, surrounded by lush hills filled with grand villas that have terraced gardens overlooking the sea.


Pine trees and olive groves surround this tiny resort, founded by Romans. Portofino retains the charm of the original fishing village despite its jet-set reputation.

Portofino is such an iconic place with its rows of painted houses curving around its famous Piazzetta. This part of the Mediterranean is one of the most renown tourist resorts in the world today. Every year Portofino attracts thousands of travellers from all over the world.