Apartments and Villas for your stay in La Spezia, explore the Ligurian coastline!
The capital city of the province of the same name, La Spezia lies between Pisa and Genoa on the Mediterranean Sea. A beautiful and relaxing destination, La Spezia is a great coastal city for your to explore. Formerly an important naval city and retains a significant role in the Italian arms industry but its closeness to beautiful tourist attraction sites like the Cinque Terre and the mild weather conditions have since made it a popular destination amongst holiday-makers. La Spezia is also well located if you like organizing day trips to other places in the surrounding region, here are just two of the places you could visit during your stay:
Refreshed after a good night’s sleep in your luxurious double bed, it's time to leave the confines of your residence in La Spezia and explore all of what the town has to offer. Walking along the narrow streets with the gentle scent of bergamot in the air, your mood will be buoyed by the warm rays of the sun and the blue hues of the sky above. There are always plenty of activities here and you'll be very much spoilt for choice! With so many sights to see in the city centre, you won't know where to begin. The recently restored medieval castle of San Giorgio is a great idea for a day out and even plays host to a Civic Museum the perfect solution if you need a break from the sun.
The churches provide a feast for the eyes, with ancient architecture displaying various influences of different eras. The 13th century Santa Maria Assunta abbey is worth taking a look round for its medieval architecture and treasure trove of artwork contained within its four walls. From trekking to riding, fishing to rafting on the River Vera, there is more than enough for you to do if you like to stay active in your holidays. Simply put, culture vultures, sport aficionado’s and those who simply want to relax will find La Spezia perfect for their needs.
Discover the beautiful scenery in La Spezia
Our Apartments and villas in La Spezia are all well located and close to the local amenities, meaning that you'll be able to grab a quick bite to eat at one of the local restaurants to ensure you don't go to bed on an empty stomach. If you’re are visiting in Spring, consider planning your trip around the festival of the town’s patron saint, San Giuseppe and experience the town transform into a marketplace full of food and crafts. The surrounding hillsides and winding coastal paths are exciting to explore and provide beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea. Easily accessible from other regions of Italy either by train, bus or boat, getting to La Spezia is straightforward, making it a fantastic destination for your holiday in Italy.