This fully renovated apartment is located just 100 meters from the beaches of Levanto. Levanto lovely, seaside village with a wide gulf, it is part of the Baie of Levante where you can enjoy wonderful walks through the many green paths, and a sunny holiday with the beach and the sea. Just 100 meters from the sea is located this apartment on the second floor of a building of four floors. Interior: living room, kitchenette (gas cooker, electric oven, microwave), 1 double bedroom + 1 single bed, 1 bedroom with two single beds, bathroom with shower (washing machine). balcony livable from the twin bedroom and living room. Autonomous heating.
PRIVATE PARKING. BABY COT ON REQUEST.
On request sheets and towels € 10.00 per person per period, consumption € 10.00 per person per week to be paid locally
Weekly on Saturdays in the summer season, the possibility of different exchange rates on request.
Check in 16. 30 - 18. 30 the absence of agreement to the contrary, to Immobiliare Il Faro Via Mazzini, 7
Check out 09. 00- 10. 00
Levanto, a town of pre-Roman origins, lies at the extreme north of the enticing little villages of the Cinque Terre. The name is derived from Medieval Latin levantem Levanto, east, in the sense of "place that is located to the east of Genoa."
The town of Levanto has an interesting historical center, many beautiful painted villas, a bustling Wednesday market, good restaurants and shops. In the main square, Piazza della Loggia, is a delightful 13th-century loggia.
Levanto enjoys a mild climate. The long sandy beach is ideal for all beach activities. It 'a great base for surfers, who come from all parts of Europe. Also on the beach, there is also a pool and a scuba diving center. In summer there are many concerts and other live music events. Every year there is the "Laura Film Festival", and you can participate in numerous marathons tastings. The area also boasts an excellent culinary tradition, thanks to the wines of the Cinque Terre and the local seafood recipes.
Levanto is a great starting point to visit the villages of the Cinque Terre, either by train, by sea or venturing into hiking.
Genoa, Pisa, Lucca and Florence can be easily visited in one day, by train or car.