Accommodations in Levanto, the doorway to the Cinque Terre
Welcome to Levanto!
Levanto is the "Hidden Gem" on the Italian Riviera and the doorway to the Cinque Terre. On this website you will find information for the region, the history of the village, lists of restaurants and shops, and accommodations (hotel, B&B, vacation rentals) - everything you need for your vacation in Levanto.
Vacation Rentals on the Italian Riviera and Cinque Terre
Are you planning a trip to the Italian Riviera and the Cinque Terre? Rent your holiday apartment, cottage, villa, countryside house here. We have a large selection of properties in the village of Levanto. See some of our properties.
There are many reasons to stay in LevantoLevanto, a town of pre-roman origins, lies at the northern end of the enticing little villages of the Cinque Terre. Levanto literally means "the land situated east of Genova".
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Levanto is just north of the Cinque Terre, in Liguria, the Mediterranean coast of Italy (the Italian Riviera).
How to get to Levanto
The easiest way to get to the Cinque Terre is by train. A local service connects all the villages, including Levanto, and trains run frequently to the region from key cities such as Genoa and Pisa. An alternative is to go by car, but the roads in the region are very narrow and winding. The only town with a lot of parking is Levanto. A ferryboat service operates from the beginning of April to the end of October, stopping at each of the villages.
Villa Pallastrelli, an "Art Noveau" style charming villa, was built at beginning of the 20th century and belonged for over 60 years to the Pallestrelli family who used it for long summer holidays, following Levanto's International renown, when Levanto's summer guests were out standing personalities of the italian economy, like Giovanni Agnelli, founder of the main Italian car factory, as well as famous members of the government of the time.
Villa Margherita Bed & Breakfast
Villa Margherita by the Sea is a restored classic Italian villa located
in Levanto. Built in 1906, it was recently restored by the Campodonico family
and is now a charming and well known B&B run by Federico Campodonico.
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