Beach Map of Liguria Italy
The map of Liguria Italy below shows the beaches and towns featured in our
best beaches in Liguria guide.
Levanto is a wonderful base to explore the eastern part of the coast, it is right on the doorstep of the fabulous
On the western part of the coast a great place to visit is the bit of coast running from San Remo to just before Imperia.
railway that used to run along this part of the coast, almost on the
beach, is now gone. It has been replaced by an amazing jogging, walking
and cycling track that runs for over ten miles, with plenty of sandy
beaches to stop at dotted along the way.
Don't worry either if
you are not a great cyclist, it's all quite level and even my young old son managed it easily. For more on this part of the coast visit our
Liguria - beaches and towns
Last but not least is Fiascherino, it's the last icon to the east on the map. Fiascherino and next-door Tellaro are two of the most wonderful places I've ever been, hardly any tourists either. So please keep it between ourselves ;-) You can read about Tellaro and Fiascherino here.
Click here for the best beaches in Sardinia - those on the east coast.
Click here for the Costa Smeralda beach guide.
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