Each one of the tiny streets goes to the main square, and then further to the seaside, or the main road. It's a gathering place for locals and gazers. The colourful plaza is surrounded by palm trees and there are a few bars and shops around.
Climb the hills above Varigotti and enjoy a spectacular view on Ligurian riviera! Do not miss villages along the way, like Le Manie for example.
Sometimes Varigotti reminds me of Legoland, or any similar kid's dice constructed town! It's so cute and colourful, one might think it's a maquette if looking at photos only.
On the way to the castle, at the promenade near the pier, there is a big chained ancor. It's a sort of a monument to Varigotti sailors.
Be there in the late afternoon and observe the shades and colours of the late afternoon sun and sunset. You'll discover many lovely details.
Sailing is on in entire Liguria and thus Varigotti as well, all year round. Scenery is always idyllic, no matter which time of the year - a sailboat on the open blue sea.
Note the bright, cheerful colours of facades, and originally shaped houses. Feel free to take a peek through the front yard or fence, or even stairways and passages.
I don't know if this is the real name of the castle, but anyway. it's situated on the hill above Varigotti, overlooking the coast and town. It dates back from medieval era.
The beach is immense! Very long and wide, stretching out along the place and its colourful facades. There is a big pier and a nice walking promenade.
The streets are very narrow, colourful and shaded, especially in winter time when the sun is low. Take a stroll inside, explore all of them, each one is different.