Pietra Ligure, in the province of Savona, is an ancient seaside village of the Riviera delle Palme in Liguria, between the municipalities of Borgio Verezzi and Loano.
Characterized by a beautiful seaside walk and a nice and well-kept city center, full of commercial activities.
Behind Pietra Ligure there is the beautiful Val Maremola, with Monte Carmo (1,389m) and, just 10 minutes drive away is Finale Ligure, European Capital of Outdoor renowned worldwide for sports events such as the 24H MTB and the World Enduro Championship.Pietra Ligure offers its tourists a mild climate throughout the year, sandy beaches among the most beautiful in the area, crystal clear waters (awarded several times with the Blue Flags) and equipped bathing establishments that offer everything you need to go to the beach with children.
The choice for those who love the sea goes from the free beaches, the most spacious are those at the extreme of the country, to about 40 private bathrooms equipped and equipped with every comfort.
In Pietra Ligure there are also two dog beach (Rin Tin Beach in the west and Ex Leonessa in the east). The latter is located 200 meters from our hotel.
Among the most famous and definitely worth a visit, the beaches of Borgio Verezzi, Varigotti (Malpasso and Baia dei Saraceni), Finale Ligure (Capo San Donato) and Bergeggi.
In addition to relaxing on the beach there is the opportunity to practice sports such as surfing, windsurfing, SUP, sailing and snorkeling, also with guides and instructors.
In the surroundings of Pietra Ligure are certainly worth visiting the Museum of the Clock of Tovo San Giacomo, the Museum of the Sea and the Port of Loano, the Caves of Toirano and the astronomical observatory in Castagnabanca.
If, however, you come on holiday in our hotel in Pietra Ligure, you can not miss a day to visit Borgio Verezzi (listed among the top 10 most beautiful villages in Italy), home every summer of the famous International Festival of the Teatro di Verezzi. Here you can also visit the Caves of Borgio Verezzi, and Piazza Sant'Agostino, home to the Festival and a viewpoint from which to admire the entire gulf of the Riviera di Ponente.Also worth seeing are the villages of Finalborgo, Varigotti and Noli, which are also part of the most beautiful villages in Italy.