- NH Marina
Molo Ponte Calvi 5, 16124 Genova
- Oste Del Castello
Via Dei Martiri, 10, Verucchio (Rimini - 8.0 km from San Marino)
- Domina Home Piccolo
Via Duca degli Abruzzi 31, 16034 Portofino
Located on one of the sunniest areas of northern Italy, very close to the french Cote d'Azur, the Italian Riviera, also known as "the Ligurian Riviera", welcomes visitors with cobalt-blue water and beautiful mountain landscapes.
Every tourist will find something to do here, and they all say that there's more to the Italian Riviera than meets the eye. Travelers can take a ferry and visit exotic islands, visit one of the many theme parks, enjoy the beautiful beaches, visit some very nice villages and cities or even do some treking or bird watching in the nearby mountains.
You can visit the Italian Riviera in any season, the climate here being cool during the summer and temperate in the winter. The best time to visit the Italian Riviera is undoubtly during the spring and summer - the flora will impress you, the sea is warm enough for swimmers and the beautiful villages and cities are not crowded.
During the spring you'll be able to experience "caligo" - a rare meteorological phenomenon, where fog banks are created when the sun heats the air, but the sea is colder.
There are 6 regional parks in Liguria,covering 60,000 ha, from smaller "Bric Tana Regional Nature Park", 170-ha of mostly hills, with underground karst formations, to the "Piana Crixia Regional Nature Park", with "fungo di pietra", a mushroom-shaped rock of giant proportions. A little larger is the "Beigua Regional Nature Park", which covers no less than 18,160 ha, and conytains from gentle slopes in the coastline to 1,200 m high mountain peaks.