Agriturismo Liguria

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Liguria is a stunningly beautiful green, coastal region in the north of Italy. This region extends from the city of La Spezia to the border with Monaco and southern France. A stay in an agriturismo in Liguria is perfect for those who love culture, sea and sand. The stretch of coast south of the city of Genoa is also called the Riviera di Levante, with a beautiful rocky coastline and pebble beaches, with the famous villages of the "Cinque Terre". The coastline north of Genoa is also called the Flower Riviera with beautiful sandy beaches and cozy picturesque villages where it is nice to stroll along the boulevard.

Comfortable agriturismo in Liguria

In Liguria I have selected a beautiful agriturismo for you, only 800 m from the beach. With the mountainbikes of the agriturismo this is easily accessible. A little further away you will find the beautiful seaside town of Pietra Ligure with its beautiful sandy beaches. In this part of Liguria beautiful sandy beaches and charming villages with plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes are found throughout. This agriturismo in Liguria has nice and modern rooms and is therefore especially suitable for couples who are looking for culture and beach.

Book your agriturismo in Liguria
Take a look at my site where you can view the wide variety of agriturismo's that I've carefully selected for you. I personally visited all and therefore am pleased to advise you when making a choice is difficult. It is possible to book directly through my site and I use the official prices of the agriturismo's. In case you can not find the right agriturismo in the region of Liguria please check the various possibilities near the beach in the regions of Tuscany and the Marche


By Margot Dekruif
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