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SANTA MARGHERITA LIGURE

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Santa Margherita Ligure is also called the Pearl of the Tigullio Gulf for its elegance at the centre of the Ligurian region. Santa Margherita Ligure is just 31 Km from Genoa and it is a climatic and seaside resort which is visited by many tourists coming to the Riviera from all over the world, guests of the great many luxurious hotels present in the city. The village of Santa Margherita stretched towards East and it is surrounded by hills covered with the typical mediterranean vegetation found in the Ligurian region, on which you can admire the numerous and luxurious villas with gardens overlooking the Dolphin Coast (the stretch of sea that links Santa Margherita to Portofino). Therefore the town is very exclusive, it has a strategic position as it is very close to Portofino and its Regional Nature Park. Santa Margherita is often a location where various worldly events and activities linked to sailing and international regattas take place.

Santa Margherita via sea

As for leisure boaters, the port in Santa Margherita is full of places where to anchor boats and it is very welcoming for boat staying temporary in the area: besides the traditional small fishing boats and larger fishing craft, you can find several mooring points, even for luxury cruisers; Santa Margherita is well-connected with maritime transport, with vessels to Portofino, San Fruttuoso di Camogli and the Cinque Terre (Five Lands), as well as connections with Genoa, Rapallo, Sestri Levante and Chiavari.

Paraggi

Paraggi was once a small town inhabited by fishermen and millers and it is between Santa Margherita and Portofino. Today it has become a luxurious and fascinating seaside resort with a fully-equipped beach, exclusive accommodation and the trendiest historical locations.

Galleria foto "Santa Margherita":
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