Villa Margherita by the Sea

Address: Via Trento e Trieste 31, Levanto, Italian Riviera, 19015, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Trento e Trieste 31, Levanto, is near San Pietro and Cantina du Sciacchetra.
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Travel Blogs from Levanto

Portofino

A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 16, 2014

9 photos

... gardens. It was obviously a very impressive villa at one stage but is now not habitable and the gardens needed a little TLC also but it was a nice walk, lots more steps, we are certainly getting our step quota up again.
We came back to the pasticceria to have a coffee, a lemon tart and a chocolate (hazelnut) very nice for our afternoon treat. There are always beautiful things to replace the calories that we have burnt.
We had a look at a Baroque church "Oratorio ...

Cinque Terre: Levanto

A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jun 11, 2013

1 photo

... The tracks were very busy, and we stuck to the coastline all the way along, going up and down as the cliffs did! It was about two hours of trekking, and we ended up at Vernazza. We caught the train back. Have so many photos, but don't have any apparatus to upload to a computer/Internet! So you'll have to wait! Worked out what train we need to catch, or rather what 4 trains we need. Turns out that although all roads may lead to Rome, the trains are a little more confusing. ...

Cinque Terre hike

A travel blog entry by arniephillips on Jul 02, 2012

2 comments, 13 photos

... the ocean, the massive mountains that gradually fade into the distant humidity and seemingly go on forever, the seaside cliffs these villages and towns are built on and follow at impossible angles down to the waters edge, the villas and shacks and houses that have been built over the centuries that look as if they have been formed directly out of the cliff-faces and are now held securely by the vines and creepers that cover them. As we started the descent into Vernazza, the trail ...

From Monterossa al Mare to Vernazza

A travel blog entry by bergerhof on May 03, 2012

2 comments, 23 photos

... with stunning views of the blue water and rocky coast below. Some of the trail is rock "steps" of varying heights, some is dirt,and some of it is a combination. Parts are very very narrow and sometimes challenging to pass all the hikers. We commented on the large numbers of people here in early May - would wonder how crowded this all gets in summer!

The supposedly 2 hour walk took us three since we stopped many ...

Cinque Terre full color

A travel blog entry by ashgone4 on Jun 29, 2011

6 comments, 5 photos

... not really positive. As I was walking along enjoying the scenery, I noticed the ferry boat out a little ways and realized that was my last ride home on the boat. I booked it for the last little while and just as I came close the landing and tried to get through the throng of lemmings that had just gotten off the boat, I saw the foot bridge to land being shoved back into the boat. I waved and heard a "oh no! so sorry!" but there was no going back. So, I ...