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Deiva Marina is in Northern Italy, on the Eastern Ligurian Riviera, half-way between the Cinque Terre and Portofino.
Deiva Marina is very easy to reach by train, car or motorcycle, by plane, boat, bike and even walking! It all depends on your starting point!
Hotel Clelia Logis d’Italia is located in Deiva Marina, in Corso Italia 23
GPS N44° 12.960’ – E 009°31.045’

We are on the main road of the town centre, 100 m from the sea and 300 m from the railway station.

How to get to Deiva Marina by train:
Travelling by train is for sure the easiest way to get around in Liguria and the Cinque Terre area, especially if you wish to stay close to the coastline.
Almost all the regional trains stop at the station of Deiva Marina.
It is usually necessary to change train in Sestri Levante for those travelling from the Western Riviera, or in La Spezia when coming
from East when travelling with other types of Italian national railway trains (Intercity, Eurostar or Freccia high-speed trains).
Visit the website of the Italian national railways for further information:
Hotel Clelia Logis d’Italia is only 300 m from the train station, which makes it easy to reach walking.
Upon request a shuttle service is available for our guests arriving at the Deiva Marina station as well as the Moneglia one.
You can find a complete description on the journey to Deiva Marina from the most important Italian cities
as well as from France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia at

How to get to Deiva Marina by car:
Deiva Marina has its own exit from the A12 Motorway.
For those travelling from the East by car the Deiva Marina exit is the first one after Levanto-Carrodano,
while for those coming from the West, it is the first one after Sestri Levante.
To reach Deiva Marina from the motorway exit, take the road in the direction of the sea and drive for about 7 km.
Hotel Clelia Logis is on the right side of the road, 300 m after the rail bridge.

Satellite navigation systems will also suggest an alternative route: exit the A12 motorway
at Sestri Levante and follow the SS1 Aurelia road until Sestri Levante-Riva Trigoso.
From there you can drive along the panoramic TUNNEL ROAD, which will take you to Moneglia and then to Deiva Marina.
Until the beginning of the 1930s, this road was actually a railway! Be careful as this road operates in an alternating one-way traffic system.
For those travelling from Riva Trigoso to Deiva Marina the traffic light is green 15, 35,
and –55 minutes after the hour; for those travelling from Deiva Marina to Sestri Levante - Riva Trigoso
the traffic light is green every hour and 20, and 40 minutes after the hour.
Please visit for further information on how to get to Deiva Marina
from the main Italian cities as well as from France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia.

Deiva Marina is:
180 km from Florence, 395 km from Venice, 650 km from Naples, 460 km from Rome, 68 km from Genoa, 200 km from Milan, 110 km from Pisa.

How to get to Deiva Marina by motorbike or by bike:
If you are travelling by motorcycle, you will find the alternative routes much more exciting than the motorway.
We suggest you to take the roads through the Apennines or the Aurelia road.
For further information please visit: Here you will also find interesting advice on a journey by bike!

How to get to Deiva Marina by plane:
The best airports to arrive in to get to Deiva Marina are in Genoa and Pisa, which are hubs for many low cost flights.
The airports in Milan and Nice can also be good alternatives, even if they are further from Deiva Marina than the Genoa and Pisa airports.

From the airport you can travel by train, rent a car (even if travelling by car in the Cinque Terre is not necessary
at all), or book the Hotel Clelia Logis’ shuttle service, which is free of charge at various times during the year!

From the Pisa airport: 110 km
From the Genoa airport: 76 km
From the Milan airport: 270 km
From the Nizza airport: 270 km

How to get to Deiva Marina by boat or ferry from Genoa:
There are connections by ferry and cruises leaving from the Genoa harbour to Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Tunisia and Morocco.
These connections are operated by different companies: CTN Tunisia Ferries travels to Tunisia with the Carthage ferry.
Moby, Tirrenia and Corsica Ferries operate the connections to Corsica and Sardinia.
Grandi Navi Veloci and Grimaldi Lines offer connections to Sicily, Spain and Morocco.

How to get to Deiva Marina by boat:
In the summer there are connections by boat between Deiva Marina and Portofino, Sestri Levante, Moneglia, the Cinque Terre, Portovenere and La Spezia.
We can provide you with further information on the timetable.
We will be happy to inform you on the boat connections between the villages of the Eastern Ligurian coast.
The company running the boat connection service is Navigazione Golfo dei Poeti.

How to walk to Deiva Marina:
If you are an athletic globetrotter, then you may opt to walk to Deiva Marina.
There is a path connecting the greatest part of Eastern Liguria, from Sestri Levante to Portovenere and running
through the villages of Riva Trigoso, Moneglia, Deiva Marina, Framura, Bonassola, Levanto and through the Cinque Terre.
You will find further information on the path connecting Deiva Marina to Framura and Moneglia on the website;
for further information on the main paths in the Cinque Terre area please visit: