Municipalities

Here are the municipalities subscribing to the Ligurian Riviera Tourist Card.

The Tourist Card will be provided to the visitors sojourning in any of the subscribing accomodation facilities located within the adhering municipalities. Each card holder will be able to benefit from discounts and resources in museums, water parks, bars, restaurants, cinemas, public transportation, and much more.

Alassio

A pearl set in the Western Riviera Ligure, besides being known as the land of sun, of sea, of entertainment, of sport, and the famous chocolate “Baci”, a real speciality, Alassio is particularly noted for being encircled by natural beauty which makes it an ideal resort on the Ligurian gulf.

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Albenga

Albenga, situated in the middle of a wide inlet with a sandy beach at the mouth of the Centa river, reconciles its role as an important market in the horticultural and fruit and vegetable sector (famous for the heart-shaped tomatoes, artichokes and violet Albenga asparagus ) with its vocation for seaside, outdoor and historical-cultural tourism.

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Borghetto Santo Spirito

Borghetto Santo Spirito, a little ligurian village situated in “riviera delle Palme”, is an important tourist seaside resort that offers a shoreline with magnificent beaches and a near hinterland with wooded reliefs and great trails in the countryside.

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Finale Ligure

Finale Ligure overlooks the Ligurian Sea between Caprazoppa headlands and Capo Noli and includes a large green hinterland of particular natural and archaeological interest. Thanks to this vast and diverse territory, Finale Ligure has a strong and varied tourist vocation: seaside tourism (sailing, snorkeling, diving, canoeing), especially climbing and MTbiking, hiking, cultural and archeological tours are the activities that attract visitors the whole year long, also thanks to its mild climate.

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Loano

Loano is situated in the hearth of the Palms’ Riviera and mild climate and beauties landscapes make this city an ideal place to spend your holidays!
Not far from the centre, it is possible to reach the medieval part of the town, named Borgo Castello, where is situated the XVII Century castle, now a private villa.

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Noli

Nastled among the hills and in a natural gulf, Noli is a small fishing village, as well as Historical Maritime Republic, whose origins go back to the Roman period.

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Pietra Ligure

The sea and its many hues, the alleyways and squares of the old town where you can breathe the air of the most authentic Liguria, the charming inland landscape with its breathtaking trails, food and wines that surprise the palate, culture and age-old traditions handed down from father to son; our territory, with its peculiarities and its unique products, is always able to amaze tourists, providing moments of authentic pleasure.

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Spotorno

Spotorno, in the center of the Gulf Island: “Where the sun is at home”, along with 2 km of sandy beaches, crystal clear sea and the Island of Bergeggi in the background, makes it a popular seaside resort since the 1920’s.

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Toirano

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Il Comune di Toirano, a circa 3 km. dal mare, oggi ha una popolazione di oltre 2.700 abitanti. La posizione geografica e il complesso delle condizioni naturali hanno consentito l’insediamento umano nel territorio della Val Varatella fino dalla lontana preistoria.

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Tovo San Giacomo

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Tovo deriva da tuvu (tufo), da uno strapiombo tufaceo in contrada Bronati.

Centro agricolo della val Maremola, situato alla sinistra del torrente sulle pendici meridionali del colle dei Folchi (321 m). Antico possesso dei Vescovi di Albenga, fu compreso nella marca aleramica (secolo X) e passò a Bonifacio del Vasto (1091) e, nel secolo XII, ai Del Carretto marchesi di Savona e di Finale.

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Varazze

Varazze has always combined the properties of an excellent tourist destination with a lifestyle typical of Italian villages developed in the Middle Ages and built on a human scale.

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