The 5 most beautiful beaches in Levante Ligure


In 300km of coastline that overlooks the green sea, Liguria hides among the high coastlines small gems where you can enjoy a wonderful day by the sea. We created the ranking of the 5 best beaches in Levante Ligure.

Paraggi – Portofino

The fairy-tale bay of Paraggi, is hidden in the most chic and famous seaside resort in Liguria: Portofino. Located near a striking castle dating back to the 17th century, Paraggi beach is renowned for the breathtaking beauty of its water and fine, clear sandy shore. An earthly paradise for those who decide to visit.

Giant’s Beach – Monterosso

Among the striking cliffs overlooking the sea of the Cinque Terre, the Fegina waterfront welcomes bathers to the widest shoreline in the entire area. A little more secluded, near the small port, we find instead the Spiaggia del Gigante: sand and small white pebbles, the water crystal clear. Behind you, the gaze of the God of the Sea, Neptune, dominates the cliff from above: a 14-meter-high concrete sculpture.

San Fruttuoso

Among the must-see destinations in Liguria, we definitely mention San Fruttuoso, a pearl that can be reached by sea, or through the paths that cross the Natural Park of Mount Portofino. The Christ of the Abyss, is an unmissable destination for diving enthusiasts, a statue immersed in crystal clear waters right in front of the beach.

Cala del Pozzale – Palmaria Island

Also called the Beach of the Seagulls, Cala del Pozzale, is located on the western side of Palmaria Island, near the village of PortoVenere. The shiny pebbles of the beach, embraced by the cliffs and verdant hills, will give you an all-encompassing experience immersed in wild nature, among the turquoise and crystal clear waters of the Ligurian Sea

La Caletta – Lerici

One of the most hidden coves of the Levante Ligure, is the Caletta of Lerici. Still shunned by the crowds of tourists because the path to turn on to it is unmarked, the little beach has nothing to envy of Caribbean paradises. Appreciated by photographers, the cliff at the water’s edge and the island of Tino in the background.