Valdeiva Villaggio

Localita Ronco, Deiva Marina, 19013, Italy
Valdeiva Villaggio
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Travel Tips for Deiva Marina

bagni arcobaleno...

by pollon

to be honest there is not much you can do in Deiva unless you want to enjoy its sea and its sandy beach as the town is a small one with a tiny supermarket, a few shops where to buy postcards, stationery, some souvenirs or toys - the toy shop which was my paradise as a kid is still there and exactly as it was years and years ago, there at the bottom of the stairs which bring to the promenade... in the pic part of the promenade and the beach camp of my childhood...

Maaike & Tim

by pollon

anyway judging from Maaike's and Tim's smiles to simply enjoy the waves of the sea here doesn't seem so disdainful... and soon after the pay beach camps there is a free beach... in high season you could have to excogitate a way to place your towel... and pass through the "Arcobaleno" beach camp to reach it.

black cats...

by pollon

in italy there is the belief that a black cat brings unluck if it crosses in front of you... personally I'm a cats' lover and I have a black cat, which I have read once in a book brings instead luck to the person owning it and in any case I don't belive in any of this theories so I normally try to catch a pic of a black cat when I see one...

The Cinque Terra

by ogb4619

Deiva Marina is the fifth and most westerly of the Cinque Terra ("five towns") on the Italian Riviera, west of Nice and is basically the first part of the Italian Riviera that you come accross after crossing the French border.

The five towns cannot be reached by car.
The only 2 ways of visiting them is by taking a train or walking.

It could be a 1/2 day walk from one end of the Cinque Terra to the other so the train is the best method.
You can buy a ticket that allows you to get off and on at the 5 stations on the way.
It is possible to spend enough time sightseeing at each of the 5 towns, all in one day.

These picturesque towns are reached by a walk along the cliff face and one can take the train to some towns and walk the short distances to others.
The blue walters, pretty towns, boat harbours and scantilly clad beachgoers are all quite breathtaking.

This is a must see

The fourth of the Cinque Terra towns.
The footpath between here and Deiva Marina provides beautiful views of this beautiful, most westerly section of the Italian Riviera.

Deiva Marina


"A small beach town at the Liguria coast"

Deiva marina is a very touristy town, you can find lots of camping’s and hotels in this area because it is close to the beach and the motorway.
Also close to beautiful cities like Lucca, Genova, Portovenere and Portofino.

The waves where huge sometimes, my daughter loved it, although my son was a bit scared of those waves.

The beach is divide in two parts, the right side has comfortable chairs and sunshades for rent, on the left side you have to bring a towel or your own chair to sit on.....

Chiara (VT Pollon) spend the day with us, she loved the water just as much as my kids :-)


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