The Tigullio Gulf and Santa Margherita Ligure


The Tigullio Gulf is a beautiful triangle of sea bordered on the west by the famous town of Portofino and on the east by Sestri Levante. The promontory of Portofino, which includes the marine area of the same name with the bay of San Fruttuoso and Punta Chiappa, outlines the immense arch of the Tigullio Gulf on the western side.

A short distance from Portofino is the charming bay of Paraggi with its beautiful turquoise sea, contrasting with the bright green of the hills. It is just beyond the town of Santa Margherita where the building complex in Via Trieste 6 is located, with 10 luxury apartments from which you can enjoy the panoramic view of the Gulf.

Santa Margherita Ligure is a stately and elegant international tourist destination and counts among the favourite places for people who love well-being. It features a beautiful waterfront, an old town centre with many shops and points of interest and a maze of small streets that lead from the castle up to the Capuchin Friary, until the Church of S. Giacomo di Corte. Santa Margherita Ligure achieved the 14001 environmental certification, a sign of profound attention and respect for nature.
The town of Rapallo is a short distance away, boasting an ancient historic hamlet and the tourist centre of Zoagli, a place which was already loved and visited in the 1800s by illustrious figures such as Friedrich Nietzsche, Ezra Pound and the painter, Wassily Kandinsky.

Such a valuable context gives strong appeal to the prestigious apartments at Via Trieste 6, thanks to the proximity of unique locations and the possibility to easily reach, either by land or sea, wonderful beaches and hidden sea areas, or the prestigious private beaches which are located in the immediate vicinity of the apartments, such as the Hotel Continental and the Hotel Metropol.

Exceptional food and wine tradition

You will find the best of Ligurian cuisine in Santa Margherita. With great traditional dishes and excellent local wines. The traditional seafood cuisine is connected to the dished from the hinterland, creating a combination of unique flavours.
The use of herbs, such as borage, used in fresh filled pasta, or basil, used to make the famous Pesto, is characteristic. Other widely used inland products are pine nuts and walnuts, with which the walnuts sauce for pansotti pasta is made, and olives, which produce high-quality extra virgin olive oil that is appreciated throughout Italy and also the world. Seafood is always present in the dishes of Tigullio thanks to fleets of fishing boats from Camogli, Santa Margherita Ligure and Sestri Levante that deliver the best fish from the Ligurian Sea to the kitchens and restaurants every day. The main protagonist is the typical Ligurian focaccia in its various interpretations: focaccia filled with Recco cheese, vegetable pies and traditional stuffed bread. To then culminate in the finest white wines such as Vermentino, Pigato and the white wine from the Cinque Terre.


How to get to Santa Margherita Ligure

By Car

We advise you to take the highway A12 Genoa – Livorno and exit at Rapallo which is only 4 kilometers away from the Via Trieste 6 building.

By Train

Stop at Santa Margherita – Portofino train station that is onnly few meters away from Via Trieste luxury apartments. The station is served by regional and long-distance train.

By Plane

Cristoforo Colombo Genova Airport is only 40 kilometers away from Trieste 6 apartments. From Genova Airport toolboth you should take A10 highway, following East direction and then take A12 highway up to Rapallo exit.

The Tigullio Gulf and Santa Margherita Ligure ultima modifica: 2016-03-28T08:30:49+00:00 da mySantaMargheritaUser