Ameglia is the perfect metaphor of Liguria: sea and hill are so attached to one another that the tourist is amazed, and naturally happy to be able to choose this place.
The fact is that the village of Ameglia rises on a hill that dominates the valley of the river Magra: it develops around its castle and the circular tower.
Also well worth seeing is the San Vincezo parish church and the Assunta oratory. Portesone was a pastoral village with stone houses: it is between Tellaro and Ameglia and is like an outdoor museum.

A stone’s throw away there is Fiumaretta, a seaside resort with sandy beaches like Punta Bianca and Punta Corvo. And then there is Bocca di Magra, a fishermen’s village that in the course of time became a tourist place which in the post-war period attracted thinkers and writers like Montale, Pasolini, Einaudi, Vittorini and others. Today there are several docks for pleasure boating and nautical charter services. The coast is spectacular: it extends from the beaches of Marinella di Sarzana to the rocks and cliffs of Tellaro. Continuing towards the Golfo dei Poeti, by boat or along impervious paths, inside the Montemarcello Magra Park there is the Punta Bianca beach, on the southern extremity of Caprione, and further on, the beach of Punta Corvo, an expanse of sand and dark pebbles.

Discover the three coloured itineraries of the municipality: Art (red), Curiosity (blue) and Kids (yellow).

ARTE: itinerario ROSSO

  1. Necropoli di Cafaggio
  2. Poggio
  3. Chiesa San Vincenzo
  4. Castello Vescovile
  5. Piazza della Libertà
  6. Oratorio NS Assunta

CURIOSITÀ: itinerario BLU

  1. Lungofiume
  2. Ristorante La Lucerna
  3. Giardini Vittorini
  4. Ristorante da Ciccio
  5. Giardini Sereni
  6. Prosegui in direzione Fiumaretta
  7. I bagni San Marco
  8. I bagni Ivana

BAMBINI: itinerario GIALLO

  1. Parcheggio Via del Botteghino
  2. Via del Pilota
  3. Lungofiume
  4. Piazza Pertini
  5. Bagno Arcobaleno
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