Additional Location Information
The North West Italy / Italian Riviera/Liguria region
Liguriaâ€™s long, narrow stretch of coastline, from Ventimiglia in the west to Portovenere in the east, lies on the
Mediterranean and is sheltered by the Maritime Alps and Ligurian Apennines to the north. The region has very mild
winters and brilliant, hot summers with only about 60 days of rain a year.
Liguria is usually referred to as the Italian Riviera and is comprised of two regions: The Riviera di Ponente (Riviera of the
Setting Sun), which stretches from the French border to Genoa, and the Riviera di Levante, which spans from Genoa
east to Portovenere.
The Ponente is home to the fancy seaside resort of Sanremo and evokes its commercialized French counterparts to the
west, while the Levante is home to smaller villages and a rockier coastline with glittering jewels of its own, like Portofino
and the famous walkersâ€™ destination of Cinque Terre.
Recco is called the gastronomic capital of Liguria.
Famous is the "Focaccia al Formaggio" , "Troffie al Pesto", "Pansotti con la salsa di noci".
For those who like to walk the beach is a 20-minute walk.
By car it takes 10 minutes.
There is also a small bus that has stopped outside the gate of the villa.
In the vicinity of Recco there are Rapallo (4km), Santa Margherita (4km), Camogli (km 1), Genova Nervi (km. 4), Genoa
Centre (km 15).
The connections with buses and trains are frequent and comfortable.
There is also a taxi service.
Genoa - Airport Christofer Columbus at 25 km
Car rent at the airport
Train station 1000 m.
Ship port at 800 m.
Little bus from the centre of Recco to the gate of the house five time a day
The centre of Recco is at 20 minutes walking...
Nearest Travel Links
Airport: Christofer Columbus - Genoa: 25 km
Railway: Ferrovie dello Stato - Stazione di Recco: 1 km
Ferry: Port of Genoa: 15 km