Corso Vittorio Veneto,, 9/4 - SAVONA (SV)
Corso Vittorio Veneto, 9/4
Mob. (+39) 3494792511 – (+39) 3382548100
By turning the corner of the building, you are at the seaside. The flat is on the 2nd floor and there’s a little lift.
The city centre (where there are cinemas and restaurants and where feasts and cultural events take place) is 15-20 minutes on foot.
The bright rooms, welcoming quiet, and the kindness of the people who will receive you, are a guarantee of a plesant stay.
Railway station: 10 minutes on foot
Savona superhighway: few minutes
Savona Port: 800 meter
Vado Ligure Port: 5 – 6 km (10 minutes by car)
Connected every 20 minutes with the city centre by public buses.
There are numerous events musical, theathrical, exhibitions and gastronomical fetes which during the whole year, but especially in summertime happen in our region.
The “Quarters’ Regatta” in Noli, the fireworks championship in Sanremo, the theathrical representation in the magnificent “piazzetta” (little square) in Borgio Verezzi are only but few of these events, and again is in the piazzetta where was was the ship haulage that, for some years, the savonesi meet up to celebrate together the New Year. A party of 15000 people.
Of great interest, both artistical and ecclesiastical, is the Good Friday Procession that takes place every other year where valuable wooden sculptures representing scenes from the Passio of Christ are taken in procession around the town.
Twenty one are the letters of the italian alphabet and so twenty one are the tolls of the bell that every evening at six o’clock stops the center of the city for a few minutes honoring and remembering the fallen of all wars and that won’t fail to move all by standers.
The sea, with so many beaches awarded the Blue Flag, gained also thanks to the waste depurator shared amongst various municipalities.
This natural legacy becomes a source of enjoyment and knowledge at the Caravelle the Aquatic Park in Ceriale and with the departures to the Cetean Santuary of Liguria and Provence from the “Torretta” in Savona of organised visits for all those interested in whalewatching and dolphin spotting.
Next to those villages on the coast made famous by travellers in the 1800 such as Alassio, San Remo, Zuccarello e Castelvecchio there are others maybe less famous, but certainly not less interesting:
Albissola, famous for the Artists Promenade and the ceramics;
Varazze, one of the ten most famous italian beaches;
Noli, ancient Marine Republic that preserves numerous medieval ruins;
Finale Ligure, made up by the two borghi of Finale Pia and Finale Marina;
Finalborgo and 2 km away Varigotti with terraced houses typical of the Mediterranea.
For those who love nature it will be a extraordinary discover the most woded inland in Italy that start just over the coast and can be enjoyed by mountain bike or walking the paths of the “Alta Via dei Monti Liguri”.
The rock walls divin into the sea in Finale will prove irrestibly for those “Spidermen” practicing Free-Climbing.
The Caves in Toirano inhabited by the Cro-magnon men, reveal a past hetched in the rock and made even more distintive by the formation of stalactites and stalagmites.
Divers cannot refrain from diving in the waters around the islands situated in front of Bergeggi and Albenga, where they could find marine rests that will enrich the Naval Museum.
Those travellers for whom the knowledge of a place includes its taste, will not leave Savona without having tryied the Farinata and the Panizza a fette, washed down with a good glass of Buzzetto from Quiliano.
The amarerri and the Chinotti in Maraschino, preserved according to an ancient recipe will remind you of you holiday once back at home.
Not far from:
Genoa: 48 Km
Portofino e 5 Terre: 100 Km
Milan: 180 Km
Turin: 144 Km
Aosta: 250 Km
Cuneo: 99 Km
Border at Ventimiglia: 115 Km
Pisa: 148 Km
Florence: 264 Km
How to reach us
By Car: Motorway A10, A6
Train from: Milan, Turin, Genoa, Ventimiglia.