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CHOOSE THE FLAT TO ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAY AT ITS BEST

Newly renovated apartments, bright and spacious. Located in the center of Levanto and Deiva Marina, a few meters from the sea. from 4 to 7 beds are ideal for families with children or groups of friends who want enjoy and stay in this part of Italian Riviera, one step from the Cinque Terre and Portofino.

65SQM FLAT
Kitchen/living room
1 double bedroom
1 bedroom with bunk beds
1 bathroom

 

EQUIPMENT
Air conditioning | Hairdryer | Tea and coffee making facilities | Safe | Wi-Fi connection | Baby cot and high chair on request | Luggage room

FLAT HISTORICAL CENTRE

LE MURA

Vicolo Bergo 6

FROM 120€

Ideal for 4 people

80SQM FLAT
Kitchen/living room
1 double bedroom
1 bedroom with 2 single beds
1 bathroom with window

EQUIPMENT
Air conditioning | Hairdryer | Tea and coffee making facilities | Safe | Wi-Fi connection | Baby cot and high chair on request | Luggage room

FLAT HISTORICAL CENTRE

STUDIO 35

Via Jacopo, 35 int. 4.

FROM 135€

Ideal for 4 people

120SQM FLAT
Kitchen
Living room
1 bedroom with 3 single beds
2 double rooms
2 bathroom with window

EQUIPMENT
Air conditioning | Hairdryer | Tea and coffee making facilities | Safe | Wi-Fi connection | Baby cot and high chair on request | Luggage room

FLAT HISTORICAL CENTRE

PORTIGLIONE​ CAVETTO

Vicolo Bego 6

FROM 160€

Ideal for 7 people

REVIEWS

SERVICES OFFERED TO OUR CUSTOMERS

Why CHOOSE OUR STRUCTURE

Bici

BIKE HIRE

WiFi

FREE WI-FI

Mare

NEAR THE SEA

Animali

ANIMALS ALLOWED

Parcheggio

PARKING 10M ON FOOT

DO YOU WANT TO EXPERIENCE A HOTEL HOLIDAY?

The alternative is new hotel garden

EXPERIENCES TO LIVE TOGETHER

immerse yourself in the atmosphere of levanto

Levanto was a small village set in the greenery of its hills and the blue of its Gulf. Little has changed today; its little gems are still guarded with modesty, the heritage of an ancestral instinct for conservation. The magnificent cliffs and the sandstone banks welcome the visitor from the sea. Pine and chestnut brush hide its paths with their scents of thyme and spartium junceum – Spanish broom – of red strawberry trees and heath tree. Popular devotion is expressed in a rich architectural heritage of a Romanesque origin: the leitmotiv of many Levanto churches. Inside the temples the canvases bear witness to fifteenth and seventeenth century Genoese splendour, while the miniscule aedicules offer up their humble prayers. But let us wind back time and discover the castle, the dock, the walls and towers, all testifying to a tireless will in defence of the people, anchored to the sea but unable to ignore the call of the land. Rural activity is still alive in the vineyards and the olive groves, but above all in the cellars where they keep the casks and other overflowing containers safe. You can taste their contents during a stop at one of the many hamlets which dot the land behind Levanto.

Levanto was a small village set in the greenery of its hills and the blue of its Gulf. Little has changed today

Levanto was a small village set in the greenery of its hills and the blue of its Gulf. Little has changed today; its little gems are still guarded with modesty, the heritage of an ancestral instinct for conservation. The magnificent cliffs and the sandstone banks welcome the visitor from the sea. Pine and chestnut brush hide its paths with their scents of thyme and spartium junceum – Spanish broom – of red strawberry trees and heath tree. Popular devotion is expressed in a rich architectural heritage of a Romanesque origin: the leitmotiv of many Levanto churches. Inside the temples the canvases bear witness to fifteenth and seventeenth century Genoese splendour, while the miniscule aedicules offer up their humble prayers. But let us wind back time and discover the castle, the dock, the walls and towers, all testifying to a tireless will in defence of the people, anchored to the sea but unable to ignore the call of the land. Rural activity is still alive in the vineyards and the olive groves, but above all in the cellars where they keep the casks and other overflowing containers safe. You can taste their contents during a stop at one of the many hamlets which dot the land behind Levanto.