A territory between sea and hill, with a hundred little villages looking like so many mangers. And a big beach to frame the fresco

Levanto is not only the gateway to Cinque Terre. It is its ideal complement, with its historic area that pulsates with history and legends, its Renaissance palazzos and its timeless streets.
And then there are a thousand scents: that of the sea, which blows from Punta Mesco, that of focaccia and delicious fish dishes that spread in the caruggi, that of mushrooms, basil and blackberries, and much appreciated wine.
Our suggestion is to walk along Via Garibaldi, a long pedestrianized road, where the old colours of the façades have been recovered.

Delicate red, brick-red, yellow ochre, Ligurian green and then the painted balconies and the grotesque caricatures of the early 16th century – it will all make you dream. A visit to Levanto cannot not include a walk along the waterfront or on the beach, one of the biggest in the Eastern Riviera.
In winter it is a paradise for surfers, in summer a warm embrace for those who love the sea. Levanto is also famous for the concert soirees held in July and August in Piazza Cavour or on the parvis of the splendid Sant’Andrea Church. In the end, Levanto is also one of the capitals of the best wine in Liguria: a modern and well supplied wine cellar will guide you in tasting the “Lievantu” white wine and the “Colli di Levanto.”