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The western Ligurian Riviera

Genoa and the two parts of the Riviera:
The capital city of the region divides the Riviera into two wonderful territories, the Western and the Eastern Riviera.
It is very easy to visit Deiva Marina since it lies in the middle of the Eastern Ligurian Riviera.
The Western Riviera runs from Genoa to Ventimiglia, bordering with France, Nice and Monte Carlo.

Main tourist attractions in the Western Ligurian Riviera:
If you have decided to stay in the Eastern Riviera, the Western Riviera might offer a great opportunity to discover
something new or may be a great short stop before your arrival to the Eastern Riviera or after departure.

Campo Ligure:
Small town, famous for the production of gold and silver filigree.
Tiglieto and Rossiglione are also worth a visit.

Beigua Mount:
Natural park with an incredible view of Liguria from an height of 1,300 m. Arenzano, Cogoleto, Varazze, Sassello and Urbe are also well worth a visit.

Albisola Marina:
This town is known for handicraft ceramic production.
A visit to Altare, Carcare and Millesimo is recommended too. There is a boat connection departing from Savona to Corsica and Sardinia.

Wonderful small island, with a beautiful sea, close to Vado Ligure and Sportono.
A visit to Calice, Mallare, Bormida, Osiglia, Murialdo, Bardineto, Calizzano and Tovo San Giacomo is also recommended.

Capo Noli:
Paradise on earth for climbers and climbing sport fans thanks to the unique characteristics of its landscape.
Other spots on the seaside are Pietra Ligure, Loano and Borghetto Santo Spirito.

Finale Ligure:
Very popular among bikers due to the "24 Ore di Finale" race.
The town is also ideal to practice freeriding and downhill biking.

Borgio Verezzi and Toirano:
Stunning caves full of stalagmites and stalactites, containing remains of prehistoric man and bear.

Close to Villanova d'Albenga, it is renowned as a golf resort.
Seaside resorts are Ceriale, Laigueglia and Andora.

This town has been the backdrop to many films, the most famous among them is "La Spiaggia" (1954) by Alberto Lattuada.
In Alassio you should not miss the "Muretto" wall, where a famous beauty contest takes place.

The town centre and the castle are worth a visit.
San Bartolomeo al Mare and Diano Marina, situated nearby, are also of interest for tourists.

Pieve di Teco:
Medieval village with an Augustinian Convent.
Cosio di Arroscia, Mendatica, Armo, Pornassio, Borghetto, Vessalico, Onzo, Cesio,
Chiusanico, Chiusavecchia, Diano Arentino and Diano Castello are also worth a visit.

Cycling path from San Lorenzo al Mare to Ospedaletti:
Stretching 24 km, this is one of the longest cycling paths in the Mediterranean area.

In the Late Middle Ages witch trials, similarly to those in Salem (USA), and the subsequent burning at the stake took place in this town.
The ancient charm of Triora has been preserved to this day. Molini di Triora, a place not far
from the town, is famous for its 23 typical watermills, which are open to visitors.
Carpasio, Dolcedo, Civezza, Montalto, Badalucco, Castellaro, Cipressa and Arma di Taggia are also worth a visit.

San Remo:
Famous for its casino and for the well-known Italian singing festival.

Wonderful medieval village surrounded by an area well known for wine production.
Pigna, Rocchetta Nervina, Bajardo, Apricale, Perinaldo, Airole and San Biagio della Cima are also worth a visit.

Ancient traditions in this town, which was once a principality, have been kept alive for tourists, along with the town's
old currency, the ancient symbols, numerous events throughout the year and the stories of the Templar Knights.
Tension between the Italian State and the town arose after the declaration of independence of Seborga.

Hambury gardens:
Located next to Bordighera, Ventimiglia and the French border, the gardens where created by an English family
in 1867 and comprise a wonderful assortment of plants from every part of the world.
Nice, Mentone and Monte Carlo with its Oceanographic museum are also worth a visit.

Top-quality and certified hospitality in Deiva Marina, ideal spot for tourists visiting the Eastern Riviera but interested in a short trip
to the Western Riviera: Tourist information, maps, leaflets and brochures on the territory are available at the hotel reception.
The Hotel Clelia in Deiva Marina, between Portofino and the Cinque Terre, with a swimming pool and a car park,
offers rooms and a suite with B&B, half and full board arrangements and an a la carte restaurant.
We also have holiday apartments in Deiva Marina and in the Cinque Terre.
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