The Liguria boasts many places that have been declared UNESCO heritage sites, such as the Cinque Terre, the islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto. Untouched sea, rocky coast, sandy beaches, colors and scents harmoniously connected create a unique landscape. The Liguria region has a 300 km long coastline and offers thousands of ways to spend a holiday. A beautiful place visited by famous personalities from around the world is the city of Portofino and its port.
When we talk about Ligurian cuisine, we immediately imagine Pesto, a tasty basil cream with pine nuts, garlic, parmesan, goat cheese and extra virgin olive oil. However, Liguria is also a land of vineyards and olive groves, from which excellent extra virgin olive oils and excellent wines are obtained. And of course you can not miss the seafood dishes and typical fish soups such as Ciuppin and Buridda. Traditional desserts include Genoese Pandolce, amaret and Cubeli, small biscuits.