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Price and Availability Index Liguria
Holiday Letting Price Information in Liguria
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The most expensive prices are in August (18/08 - 25/08). Prices reach an average of £103 per night. The cheapest week is in October (06/10 - 13/10). Prices fall to an average of £77 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Liguria
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Liguria. More people travel to Liguria a week in August (18/08 - 25/08). So far, 75% of the rentals are occupied this week. On the contrary, only 32% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in October (06/10 - 13/10).
The weather in Liguria
Check out the climate diagram for Liguria. August is the warmest month in Liguria with average maximum temperatures of 29°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Liguria, with temperatures going under 5°. It may rain 8 days in November while it typically rains only 3 days in August.
Scenic Holiday Lettings For Culture and the Sea in Liguria, Italy
On the border with France, Italian Liguria offers 300km of coastline, characterised by Mediterranean sensibilities, multifaceted culture, and natural beauty. Some of the world's most luxurious resorts are hidden on the coastline, including Portofino, Rapallo, and the incomparable Baia del Silenzio (Silent Bay).
Tastes of the region
Liguria is the birthplace of pesto, and the region is still the best place for varieties of the fresh basil-based sauce. The local pasta complimenting the sauce is typically ravioli filled with borage leaves. The ingredient tying it all together is truly fruity local olive oil, sourced from olive groves in the region. Pair your pesto with Ormeasco or Rossese wine, both local varietals.
See it all
For a luxury experience, head to a holiday home at the Baia del Silenzio, a resort village of immense beauty. Don't miss the medieval castle at Lerici, Sanremo (a city of flowers and summer music festivals), or the elegant towns of Bordighera and Alassio, complete with golden beaches. Liguria's ancient trees, fertile fields, and crystal waters are known as the Sanctuary of Cetaceans; you might very well spot sperm whales, rorquals, and dolphins along the coastline.
Genoa Cathedral, also called Cattedrale di San Lorenzo, was built around about 1,000 years ago, although archaeological excavations in the area have revealed Roman ruins dating back as far as the 5th century. Having been expanded over time, this impressive building houses 15th c. masterpieces, and reportedly, the ashes of St John the Baptist.
Aquarium of Genoa
Located at the port, these incredible aquariums are home to over 15,000 animals from 400 different species, making it the most biodiverse collection of sea life in Europe. Wander through the world's oceans, surrounded by vibrant shoals of tropical fish and unearthly-looking creatures of the deep.
Unbelievable underground grottos await you, full of some of the most spectacular rock formations imaginable. Stalagmites rise eerily from the cave floor, while strange protuberances deck the cave walls in unique patterns. The world's scientists have come to Toirano to study this natural marvel, and you can, too.
This piece of Italian paradise sits atop a leafy hill, decked in flowers. Illuminated by night, the castle overlooks the yachts bobbing in nearby Portofino Bay and the town's other stunning, traditional, Italianate buildings. You'll be swept off your feet by the incredible beauty of the Castello, which also regularly hosts art exhibitions.
Proloco Maris Boccadasse
Pastel-coloured buildings hover over this little and well-protected port, which has won awards for its culture, cleanliness, and scenery. At dusk, you'll be lulled by the sound of crashing waves near your holiday letting and charmed by the stucco buildings seemingly melting into darkness. What's more, this area is known for its fabulous seafood.
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