luxury location for meetings events and conferences a Savona in Liguria
Liguria with its 330 km of coastline, number one in Italy with its 23 Blue Flagged beaches, has turned into a profitable business its environmental, landscape and cultural heritage. Liguria, thanks to its picturesque and rugged coastline, to the mountains overlooking the sea and to a hinterland of lush Mediterranean scrubland, is the obvious choice to organize unique events and meetings . Get lost in Genova, an ancient Maritime Republic, breathe its ancient atmosphere walking among the carruggi , the narrow alleys of the old town of Genoa, admire the splendor of its noble XVI century Palaces. The city offers a plethora of luxury hotels providing meeting rooms with state- of-the-art technologies to satisfy the most demanding clients.
Discover the sumptuous aristocratic houses and splendid Villas of Liguria, as in Rapallo , a few kilometers from the amazing Bay of Portofino and its protected marina; travel west along the Riviera di Ponente coastline to visit the town of Sanremo ,the city of flowers known for its grand Casino and its celebrated Italian song festival . The impressive selection of countless naturally beautiful settings and locations makes Liguria the ideal destination for business events, confercences and meeting: a bleisure destination where you can organize conferences enjoying the beautiful Mediterranean nature.
Immerse yourself in the magic of The Cinque Terre , a land stretching along the Ligurian Riviera, with its colors , candy-colored homes, narrow stone walkways and breathtaking views of turquoise Ligurian Sea. Visit its two renewed small towns facing to two beautiful bays with poetic names: the smaller ,sheltered "Baia delle Favole" (fairy-tale Bay) and the enchanting Baia del Silenzio (Bay of Silence) , a fairy-tale fishing village due to its picturesque setting, for the incomparable sunsets and for the enchanting series of cliffs and sandy beaches, filled with cottages on the beach whose pastel colours are reflected in it, as are dozens of fishermen's boats anchored in the water.