A town of Roman origins, over the years Santa Margherita Ligure has been transformed from an old fishing village into an international resort.
Beginning with the second half of the 19th century it began to attract important visitors including royal families, political and industrial leaders and celebrities from the world of culture and entertainment.
The beauty of its classic destination is exalted in the elegance of its typical houses, prestigious villas and grand hotels encircling the Gulf.
Precious artistic artifacts are preserved in its Baroque churches, in Villa Durazzo, set in the middle of a splendid park by the sea, and in enchanting Cervara Abbey, brimming with history.
Paraggi is an enchanting place. In this small bay nestled in the Mediterranean maquis that surrounds the Monte di Portofino, the sea creeps in with its emerald waters until it laps against a fine sandy beach where beach umbrellas open
“One must imagine an island in the Hellenic archipelago, on which mountains and forest alternate capriciously, that one day, somehow by what phenomenon, sailed towards the mainland and anchored there without detaching itself.” (Niet zsche) Of Roman origin, Santa Margherita Ligure has
The eastern part of Liguria, a thin strip of land squeezed between the mountains and the sea, offers breathtaking natural scenery. But also contributing to making this landscape unique and unforgettable over time has been the flair and work of craftsmen