Nestled among the greenery of the surrounding nature, with its characteristic olive trees, pines and chestnut trees that descend until the blue of the sea, Lavagna is situated in the heart of the Liguria di Levante Riviera.
In Lavagna you can find the largest touristic harbour in the Mediterranean, visited by Italians and foreigners, where you can have every need met, making it perfect for a stopover with your boat.
The enchanting beaches in Lavagna are the largest of the Ligurian Riviera and have all been awarded with the Blue Flag, synonymous with beach cleanliness and maximum protection of the surrounding environment.
For those, on the other hand, who wish to enjoy the town, Lavagna offers an excellent solution: the beachfront and town have numerous bars and localities to discover.

Meanwhile the historical centre, at a short distance to the hotel, is a beautiful area of medieval origin. You can walk under the antique porticos or admire the coloured facades of the historical buildings.
For lovers of art, you cannot miss a visit to the Torre del Borgo, an ancient Saracen tower that is now home to the Galleria Artistica dell’Ardesia.
Furthermore, there are churches to discover such as the Basilica di Santo Stefano, or historical buildings, for example, Palazzo Ravenna and Palazzo Franzoni, which is the Council headquarters.
Even for those who love to shop, Lavagna provides many stores and historic shops where you can purchase a delightful souvenir of your stay at this wonderful Ligurian hotel.

Lavagna gulf
Santo Stefano's Church, Lavagna
Lavagna historic centre