When choosing an option for a holiday in the Liguria region, the agony of choice among many charming places becomes really heavy. Castelnuovo Magra is one of those wonderful places where you can recover very well during your vacation. You will find many attractions in a beautiful environment and a historic village. Many of the medieval buildings are well-preserved and still line up alongside newer buildings. Castelnuovo Magra is the town of a hilly landscape, vast vineyards and Mount Bastione. Thanks to the high position it offers a stunning view of the entire region.
A major attraction of Castelnuovo Magra is the Bianchi Oratory with an impressive façade of the Renaissance style. The same style can be found again right in the vicinity, in the Maria Magdalena Church. Its interior is decorated with precious works of art and has many marble sculptures.
In the old town one can find the remain of a castle. Its towers and the wall remains are especially worth seeing. From numerous wonderful historic buildings and palaces Palazzo Ingo Lotti, Palazzo Tonarelli and Palazzo Ferrari-Natolini are singled out.
The fascinating Italian Riviera is not far from fabulous sandy beaches and bays. Due to the cleanliness of the beaches the coast is easily used for swimming.
Interesting towns lie directly in the vicinity of Castelnuovo Magra. In particular, Carrara, Lerici, La Spezia are very suitable for a day trip. In the evening you can back and enjoy a particularly beautiful sunset in Castelnuovo Magra.
Another trip tip is the Cinque Terre itself. The five villages of Cincue Terre charm the visitors from near and far. Besides, the place is recommended for walks of various lengths and duration. More over, the friendliness of the Castelnuovo Magra residents and the variety of accommodation will impress everyone coming here on holidays. Hotels with an excellent service and spas also invite visitors as well as numerous holiday homes and apartments. Or you can opt for the "Holiday on a Farm" - a quiet holidays amid nature.
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