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Lerici

This gorgeous seaside town that is right next the very famous Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera on one side and the border with Tuscany on the other has largely evaded the radar of foreigners.

​Within the towns of La Spezia and Portovenere, Lerici forms the Golfo dei Poeti, named after the English poets Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley, who escaped here in the 1820s.

Well known within Liguria and the north of Italy, Lerici is already very popular with buyers from the northern regions of Lombardia and Emilia Romagna in search of summer homes near beautiful beaches and spectacular panoramic views.

The town is well connected to big city like Pisa, Genoa and Florence. Heading north the very famous cliffs and small rocky beach of the Cinque Terre is just at its doorstep with spectacular boat trips or train rides from the nearby town of La Spezia; to the south you will find the sandy beach of the Versilia in the north of Tuscany.

Fiascherino 

On the only road that goes towards Tellaro, straight after the fantastic private resort of Eco del Mare, you find the two beautiful  secluded beaches of Fiascherino.


Fiascherino one with its World War II military bunker is a totally free very small sandy beach and rocks that lead to charming quiet places including an even smaller pebbles beach. The location is perfect to watch the sunset behind Portovenere or the view of the islands of Tino and Palmaria at the horizon.

 

Fiascherino two is closest to Tellaro and is little larger with part of the beach still free and part with beach lounger for a fee. It is ideal for catching the morning sun or renting paddle boats & kayaks for some water excursion.

Portovenere