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Levanto between the pearls of Portofino and the Cinque Terre.

Levanto owes its tourist fame to its suggestive valley: its ridges, from the promontory of Mesco to the tip of Levanto, constitute a splendid scenery covered with green woods, olive trees and vineyards.

The beautiful and wide gulf boasts blue and crystalline water that often makes you admire its seabed, appreciated by snorkelers .
The beach alternates pebbles, rocks and sand and is easily reachable from every point of the town; it is equipped with bathing establishments or day beds, but also offers large areas of free beach. For surf lovers the Gulf of Levanto has been classified of international importance. Considered by many to be a "big wave spot" due to the size (even over 3 meters) of the waves that can be formed under certain conditions, both in winter and in summer.


Maremonti cycle and pedestrian path


it is a section of the old single-track railway, transformed into a cycle/pedestrian path. The route is about 5 km long, most of which in the tunnel, starts from Levanto, continues towards Bonassola and then arrives in Framura, with an easy,flat and panoramic course. Along the way there are various bays and beaches where you can stop and dive into the crystal clear waters of the Ligurian Sea.

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