Villa Pallastrelli, an 'Art Noveau' style charming villa, was built at beginning of the 20th century and belonged for over 60 years to the Pallestrelli family who used it for long summer holidays, following Levanto's International renown, when Levanto's summer guests were out standing personalities of the italian economy, like Giovanni Agnelli, founder of the main Italian car factory, as well as famous members of the government of the time.
At the end of the sixties the Villa was sold to the present owners.
The portion of property available for a renting option is a charming penthouse flat located on the second floor with 4 rooms that sleep 8 people, 3 bathrooms, 2 sitting rooms, entrance and kitchen.
One of the bedrooms and its bathroom are located on the 3rd floor with stunning views of the sea and the range of hills.
The same sea view appears from the second floor and secluded garden on the sea gives entrance to the flat.
Levanto is the 'Hidden Gem' on the Italian Riviera and the doorway to the Cinque Terre
Levanto, a town of pre-roman origins, lies at the northern end of the enticing little villages of the Cinque Terre. Levanto literally means 'the land situated east of Genova'.
The town of Levanto has an interesting historical center, many beautiful painted villas, a bustling Wednesday market, good restaurants and shops. The main piazza, Piazza della Loggia, is a pretty square with a lovely 13th century medieval loggia.
This region has a particularly mild climate.
Levanto has a long sandy beach - great for all beach activities. It is a very good surfing spot and during the right days there are surfers from all over Europe.
There is also a swimming-pool and diving center on the beach.
A new port is under construction and you can rent motor boats, pedaloes, canoes, surf boards, etc.
From Levanto it is easy to visit the fascinating ports of the Cinque Terre, either by train, by sea or by hiking.
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