By sea and by land: where the rugged and high forests of Pignone and Faggiona blend with the nearby Cinque Terre. The not distance cost between Monterosso and Riomaggiore appears magic.
The union of opposites is finally in harmony, an artwork designed by nature and man.
Antiche Terre Village is much more than a hotel, it is an archaic and present place, a mix of ancient and modern: the magical atmosphere of the old medieval town harmonizes with the modern comforts.
Just beyond the hill, there is the wonderful sea where you can spend beautiful days at the beach and then when you came bake you can relax in the green hill.
The village has 42 rooms with all comforts: private bathroom, phone, TV-sat, wi-fi and safe. The most of the rooms overlooking the valley.
The village is adapt to guest many people and it is ideal for group, there is a private parking for buses.
The restaurant is the flagship of the village, it is characterized by a beautiful portico where the gaze lost into the nature. The room has more than 150 seats; it is adapted for banquets, parties and ceremonies.
Particular attention is reserved to the choice of local ingredients to prepare the famous traditional Liguria dishes.
Every day from the hotel is available shuttle service for all guests.
To and From: Cinque Terre, Levanto Station and Monterosso Station.
CINQUE TERRE AND VAL DI VARA
Antiche Terre Village is a perfect starting-point to visit the five suggestive fishermen villages in Liguria coast. It’s rich of history, traditions and flavours, famous on the world for its colours houses and crystalline sea.
Here, there is famous street called “Via dell’Amore”, a pedestrian street on a cliff overlooking the sea, it connect two villages Manarola and Riomaggiore and it gives a wonderful view especially at sunset.
From the village, you can start to discover the different uncontaminated landscapes of Val di Vara, you can do horse riding, mountain biking, trekking and rafting on Vara River, this is the ideal place for nature and sport lovers.
At last, not be missed to do a jump in to the past you must visit the old villages like Pignone (that has won the Orange Flag) will welcome you with its majestic medieval gate, until to discover the ancient castles of Lunigiana.
Val di Vara also called “valley of biological” because there aren’t industries but there are several farms, which use clean energy. Val di Vara is the essence of the holiday in contact with nature.