Lerici and surroundings

Lerici is an ancient seaside village preserving traces of its historic past in any incomparable glimpse. This small town is called Perla del Golfo (the pearl of the gulf) because of its breathtaking beauty which attracted popular writers and poets of any time, from Dante Alighieri to Hemingway: they celebrated the beauty of this place with unforgettable words.
Lerici's imposing Castle of Saint George, one of the hugest fortresses on the sea in Europe, hosts two museums and exhibits of national importance. Worth visiting are the near Portovenere, the Cinque Terre, Portofino and Forte dei Marmi for a shopping tour, which can be reached in half an hour by car, ferry or train.

Discover the surroundings of Lerici and La Spezia

Archeological site of Luni

A visit is also recommended to the archeological site of Luni, few minutes far by car.
An ancient Rome in miniature from its harbor the marmor lunensis was shipped: the white marble, which made the most important Empire of any time shine.
Finally, the near town of La Spezia hosts museums of national importance.


The southern coast of Liguria offers any kind of activities like scenic hiking trails, while sandy beaches, at which for years is attributed the European “Blue Flag”, are ready to welcome tourists.
You can either choose free beaches or settle on a modern private beach club.
The Hotel is part of one of these, Lido di Lerici, and it’s one of the oldest in Italy with its 120 years’ activity.


Discover the surroundings of Lerici and La Spezia