There are plenty of interesting and beautiful places
that can be visited during your staying at ``I Due Ghiri``


The atmospheric Cinque Terre, known all over the world
for its charming terraced landscape and the characteristic five inhabited settlements:
Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernaza e Monterosso


the enchanting Poets' Gulf with the villages of Lerici
and Portovenere and the beaches of the island of Palmaria


Val di Vara, with the medieval village of Calice al Cornoviglio,
dominated by the imposing Doria-Malaspina Castle (13th century)
and the small hamlet of Madrignano with its castle.

Alta Via dei Monti Liguri

The Alta Via Dei Monti Liguri is an ancient and very important route to France,
it is a very long pedestrian path (as a result of many interconnecting paths)
of 440km from Ceparana (province of La Spezia) up until Ventimiglia.

Lunigiana and marble caves

Lunigiana, recommending to visit Pontremoli, the town of books
and the Bancarella prize, the village of Filattiera and the parish church of Sorano,
the small towns of Mulazzo and Montereggio, Bagnone and its surroundings,
Fivizzano, also called the Florence of Lunigiana,
and the village of Verrucola, the castle of Fosdinovo, and so many other sights.

Genoa and the Aquarium

A city rich in art and a major seaport, of flourishing trade and commercial exchange, Genoa is one of the most surprising cities in Italy.
Long ignored by conventional tourist routes, Genoa offers its visitors incredible attractions and a stunning artistic heritage.
Exploring its narrow streets called “carruggi” is the best way to discover this vibrant city.
‘Caruggi’, the narrow streets in Genoa’s old town center, have always been the city’s beating heart.
Every day, in their dizzying rise and fall, they bring atmospheres of the past in contact with the flavors and aromas of faraway lands.
Genoa can be easily reached by train at Piazza Principe Station, keep going along via Balbi, where you can admire ancient buildings home of the main universities.
You should definitely stop by the Royal Palace home of the Italian King now converted into a museum while making your way to Aquarium (largest aquarium in Italy and second largest in Europe) located in the old harbour area.

Park of Montemarcello-Magra

The fluvial park of Magra-Montemarcello that offers endless opportunities
to spend whole days in pleasant and alternative ways