Liguria is an Italian region of north-western Italy, with Genoa as its capital.

It is bathed to the south by the Ligurian Sea, a western border with France (Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region), a north with Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna and a south-east with Tuscany.

Its name derives from the ancient population of the Ligurians, although in reality the borders of ancient Liguria were much more extensive According to a cliché, Liguria would be close between the sea and the mountain ranges of the Alps and the Apennines: consequently the region could be one to two coastal strips, to the east and west of Genoa: the Riviera di Ponente and the Riviera di Genova. Levante.

Liguria is a region of great tourist attraction for its natural beauties, among which stand out – to the west – the Riviera dei Fiorie – to the east – Portofino, the Cinque Terre and Porto Venere.

Many tourists, lately, are re-evaluating our region, for our natural beauties. It is as much as possible to offer.