Celle Ligure Travel Guide

  • unwinding and having a quiet meal in a cafe
    unwinding and having a quiet meal in a...
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    Dave enjoying his lunch!
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  • Tranquil beach setting
    Tranquil beach setting
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Celle Ligure Things to Do

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    Walk along the Beach

    by AusPinay Written May 28, 2010

    Celle Ligure being a seaside town has lovely beaches of course! Despite the cold weather at that time we were there last May 3 & 4, we were still enjoy views of the water- the tranquil setting was calming and there were not many people around so we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly there!

    There were also a few fishermen about preparing their equipment so we didn't bother them!

    You will also see a common sight here which we cannot truly understand- plenty of wooden "change rooms" which seem to be a common sight along the beaches here! Shame, they really obstruct the views especially if you're just a pedestrian. Many of the good vantage points and good shore positions overlooking the waters have been taken over by these wooden structures and they are operated by private businesses which almost always got bistro/cafe/beer garden style of enrtertainment , which are popular at night. We steered clear of them as we prefer the less imposing cafes which are across the road from the beaches!

    Lovely beach scene at Celle Liguere soem of the wooden change rooms Celle afternoon landscape the boys taking in the local sights enjoying walking on the sandy shore
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    • Beaches
    • Eco-Tourism

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Celle Ligure Hotels

  • Albergo Adriana

    The impeccable and very friendly service in this hotel make us want to go back here! It was just a...

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  • Hotel Villa Costa

    Via Monte Tabor 10, Celle Ligure, 17015, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Villa Adele

    Via Trentun 3, Celle Ligure, 17015, Italy

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Tirreno

    Via Genova 10, Celle Ligure, 17015, Italy

    Good for: Families

  • Riviera Hotel Celle Ligure

    Via Federico Colla 55, Celle Ligure 17015

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Marinella

    Via Monte Tabor 21, Celle Ligure, 17015, Italy

    Good for: Families

  • Hotel Villa Chiara

    Via Lagorio 13, Celle Ligure, 17015, Italy

  • Hotel Giardino

    Via V. Veneto 3, Celle Ligure, 17015, Italy

  • Pensione Silvia

    Via Colla 109, Celle Ligure, 17015, Italy

Celle Ligure Restaurants

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    Adriana Hotel's Restaurant: Simple Local Fare, Small Portions

    by AusPinay Written May 28, 2010

    The place is quiet, but there were still several tourists- mostly with young families while we were there. But the beauty of it is that they are not as loud compared to the passengers with us in the first ship! It was refreshing to dine here! The portions are not that big but still fine for us as we were quite tired of ship food for a while!

    The tables all had homely but elegant look to them- crisp linen table cloths and napkins. There was a silver tidy bin on each table to keep litter to a minimum too! There was a buffet for salads but the rest of the meals are just a few selected house dishes. No fancy menus to read - the waitress showed us a small piece of note paper on which was written the dishes for dinner- soup, veal, pasta. Fresh bread was already on the table and room number was on the table too so we dined on the same table and had brekky there too the short time we were there!

    Favorite Dish: We always like the freshly baked breads anywhere in Italy and they were lovely there too! Soup (leek & potato)was ok , but a bit cold for me. The pasta, the veal, salad selection was also alright for us, nothing much to rave about.

    However for those with big appetite, I can imagine they might still order more food as the portions are really so small I think! Good thing we were on a diet after all those food on the ship. Otherwise, I could havde pasta and veal as well as the soup and more bread!

    local fare was ok hubby still enjoyed his meal outside the restaurant in front of the hotel fruit tree adds local flavour
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    • Arts and Culture

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    Trattoria Celle Ligure: Freshly Made Local Delights

    by AusPinay Written May 17, 2010

    The food is truly local, with freshly made pizzas, foccacias, brioches and the coffee is also good! The cheeses are also yummy and had subtle flavour which accentuates the olive oil used in the focaccias.

    Favorite Dish: I love the brioches and the simple pizza rolls- they are sold by the kilo which is a new thing for us!You can choose all sorts of filling on them- spinach, tomatoes, ham which we love too or just plain with olive oil and herbs, simply yummy!

    The service was very personal too, the waitress is also the manager, the order taker,etc.. She was so glad when I came back with our used cutleries and cups and saucers. That way she need not go outside, It was not so sunny in this sleepy town but we still had a fun time here! It helps that there's not much noise around too!

    my hubby enjoying the meal with quiet surrounds the lovely cafe by the beach
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    • Beaches
    • Food and Dining
    • Family Travel

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