Drink in the view from the elevated suite terrace. From sunrise to sunset it’s breathtaking. Almost all the rooms face the sea, which sweeps from Cinque Terre to Portofino. Soak in the hot tub, sit under the pines, help make cakes in the historic kitchen. It’s so relaxing you’ll want to stay put.
This secluded, recently renovated 1800s villa has fruit trees, a vegetable garden and an olive grove, so look forward to beautiful breakfasts on the veranda facing the sea. Michele and his family used to spend every summer here. Now he and his mother are sharing its beauty.
End the day with a delicious ‘aperitivo cena’ or go out for dinner; Ristorante Belvedere in tiny Santa Guilia is a stroll away. If you delight in the lights of Lavagna, wind down the twisting road to Osteria I’ Toscano and enjoy good rustic cuisine.