Photos and video about La spezia: a complete source of information for nautical tourists
The city lies on a narrow stretch of land delimited between sea and the mountains: Mount Parodi, that overlooks the city, offers a splendid panorama of La Spezia and its Gulf and, at the same time, it divides it from the Cinque Terre (Five Lands), the only natural paradise of its kind in the world and that absolutely must not be missed if you go through La Spezia. From above the arsenal can also be seen: In fact, La Spezia hosts one of the largest arsenals belonging to the Navy. At the bottom of Mount Parodi, you can immediately find a junction: if you go straight ahead, instead of going upwards towards Riomaggiore, you will reach Portovenere.
In fact, the territory of La Spezia offers several solutions for tourists. Apart from its vicinity to the Cinque Terre (Five Lands), you can find numerous cultural (museums, churches, castles and fortresses) and territorial alternatives such as the many panoramic areas, the several seaside resorts along the Sarzanese coast and other resorts that overlook the Poet’s Gulf. Even wine and food has its own importance also thanks to the many farm holiday locations present throughout the territory of La Spezia.
Transport in La Spezia
There are many vessels that daily travel from La Spezia to Portovenere and the Cinque Terre (Five Lands), so it’s a good idea to leave the car in the city. Also because, in order to enjoy these landscapes from the sea, this is a unique experience not to be missed. The leisure boaters passing through the area can find a mooring for their boat inside the port of La Spezia at Assonautica A. Di Benedetti (44°06',08 N 09°49',77 E) with access from the Western entrance or from the East entrance of the Porto, from Porto Lotti (44°05',78 N 09°51',54 E), still gaining access by means of the Western entrance.
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