Finale Ligure in Italy, from Europe region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Finale Ligure with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 842 reviews
This old walled sector of the city is worth a visit. It can be very popular with tourists.. The medieval buildings and some attractive shops and restaurants reflect a neighborhood that is trying to earn a living from its ambiance and history. You can walk there or take a small bus from the vicinity of the city treain station.
4.5 based on 624 reviews
This place is absolutely gorgeous, with a secluded beach set against the backdrop of high cliffs. The only problem is that during summer is impossible to park nearby, unless you are willing to overpay for a couple of hours in the parking lot. Apart from that, you may park in the city and walk to the beach through the highway, something we saw a lot of people do but did not have the guts to do it ourselves.
4.5 based on 418 reviews
The caves of Borgio Verezzi offer a tourist path that winds for about 800 meters inside large rooms, among huge blocks detached from the vault in remote eras. Very rich concretions of every shape: from the cannulae, thin and almost transparent, to the drapes, thin as sheets, to the large columns that seem to support the vault up to the eccentric stalactites, that defy the gravity force developing in all directions. And everywhere the colors: white, yellow, red in a thousand different shades. Due to the presence of various minerals, they make the Grotte di Borgio Verezzi the most colorful tourist cave in Italy.
Spectacular !!! Driving from Italy to France, we saw the sign and decided to stop. If you are interested in caves, grottos, stalactites this is the place for you. Hard to believe that this isn't a world class location. The tour takes about an hour. About 10-15 minutes from autostrada.
4.5 based on 506 reviews
We lived here an year back. The beach and the drive through Via Aurelia is a felling that words can never express. You have the Mediterranean Sea on one side and you drive by it on the cliffy Mountains on a straight road created during Roman time, named under queen Aurelia, goes on till Rome.... Bella Vista
4 based on 70 reviews
Finalborgo in questi ultimi anni si sta trasformando E da sola chiuso retro bottega di finale sta diventando il centro di interesse per tanti turisti. Sono sorti diversi localini e tre tanti abbiamo scelto il Tua Pepa. Il locale ti accoglie con un terribile color albicocca alle pareti e una struttura in mattoni in parte ancora originale, ma una vera accoglienza non c'è e ti pare di entrare in una semplice paninoteca. Il servizio non è dei migliori, piuttosto frettoloso e freddo con prezzi per turisti però bisogna dire che le piadine che abbiamo preso erano davvero davvero buone. Alla fine anche il personale si è rivelato più simpatico del previsto... non so se gli altri locali simili siano migliori ma penso che nei prossimi volte cercherò dei confronti...
4.5 based on 194 reviews
Centrally located in Finale Ligure. Has all facilities to make your day at the beach comfortable: hot and cold showers, toilette, changing cabin, food and drinks, free wifi, good service, reasonable price (being solo I even got a discount for bed, chair and umbrella combo which was a big plus). Bagni Garibaldi is not as big as some other Beaches around, but I didn't feel that I miss anything and the sea is just the same for everybody. :-)
4.5 based on 72 reviews
A bit of attention is needed to locate the starting point of the path for ancient San Lorenzo church; but then it's quite easy to follow it. The trail begins with a staircase pretty evident, that branches off on the uphill side of the "Via Vecchia [Aurelia]", at the north end of Varigotti.
The church, very simple, with a single nave, is memorable for its antiquity (it was the center of a Benedictine monastic settlement) and for he environmental value of the site where it stands.
But from this point of view the church can be considered also a highlight of the steep and scenic area that lies between Varigotti and Noli; and therefore the greatest appreciation for the church can be gained from the visit of the whole area, you can make continuing the main trail from San Lorenzo towards Noli.
The trail will allow to continue the experience of the church with exciting views of the cliffs that characterize this stretch of coast (so steep as to merit a mention of Dante in his "Divine Comedy"), and the sea below.
The trail is marked along St. Lorenzo stretch by a red "X", later by a circle crossed by a horizontal bar (a similar symbol, in short, that the underground of London).
It's important to know that the return from Noli is easily doable by public bus service (typically, every half hour) that connects Varigotti and Noli both one another, and with Finale, Spotorno and Savona train stations.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
4.5 based on 96 reviews
Superior Beach whit All the services for the Family. Family and Senior Area Relax on the Beach & Quality Restaurants Nice to meet you!
We have spent two beach days at Bagni Gallo, this year and the previous year, and both were memorable experiences! The food is great, had the best plate of pasta with fish ever, the beach is nice and thes staff is so friendly! All staff...MoreGrazie e speriamo di riaverVi presto con noi.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
This is a great mix. Great sea, good service and infrastructure. You can enjoy the cristal clear, warm (and clean) water of the Italian riviera, shower and change into one of the facilities, play table tennis, order some food and drinks and relax in the fully equipped summer chairs. The only problem is that you'll have to pay for any of that. Public Beaches are best enjoyed in the neibouring "free beach".
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