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Porto Alassio, Liguria, Italy
Porto Alassio is also known as Marina di Alassio or Port of Allasio and it is situated in the picturesque Italian town with the same name, in the province of Savona and the region of Liguria. Tourists will find this marina in northern Italy, only 80 km away from the French border. Scenic views, amazing panoramas, stunning beaches and lush vegetation form a perfect environment where travellers can relax, breath fresh air and forget about urban noise. Being located on the Riviera di Ponente, this destination is ideal for nature lovers who will enjoy a dense, green environment. A wealthy culture and a long history can be discovered during the visits at some of the main landmarks in Alassio, such as the Parish Church of St Ambrose, the Palazzo Ferrero de Gubernatis Ventimiglia, the Saracen Tower, the Muretto wall, etc. Seaside hotels with superb views, next to turquoise shores can be found here, such as the Grand Hotel Spiaggia, the Grand Hotel Alassio and many other accommodation units.
Facilities of Porto Alassio
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Porto Alassio : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Liguria
The region of Liguria is located in the north-western part of Italy, being a narrow strip of land with popular touristic towns, beaches and a delicious cuisine. Liguria is a coastal region that has its capital in Genoa and that offers access to the Ligurian Sea and Apennine mountains. It has 4 provinces: Genoa, Imperia, La Spezia and Savona, where Genoa is the most populous of all.
This is the ideal destination for those who are looking to enjoy the sun and an amazing gastronomy on the romantic shores of northern Italy. This place offers tingling sensation to its guests, due to the exhilarating landscapes, the natural, high cliffs and the surreal colours of the sea.
Liguria’s timeline starts with the Neanderthals who first evolved on these lands, in the region of Loano. The archaeological evidence points that the territory is inhabited ever since and it endured harsh times during the Punic War and the numerous other attacks. During the Middle A... more info