Villa Nina is a prestigious residence, an exclusive and renowned accommodation facility with an elegant indoor swimming pool, located in a totally privileged position along the road leading to the Cinque Terre, with a breathtaking view of the Ligurian coast. From here one gets lost in the dream and the beauty of extraordinary views where one can spend every moment in complete relaxation and let one's thoughts indulge only in imagination.
Guests will find themselves enveloped in a relaxing atmosphere in an enchanting place, equipped, in addition, with an elegant swimming pool for maximum relaxation at any time of the day. Villa Nina is a modern and prestigious residence, located in a privileged and dominant position along the Cinque Terre road from which you can contemplate the entire Gulf of Poets and be transported only by the scents of Liguria. The residence offers its Guests not only a Guest House service but also small and charming furnished mini-apartments, equipped with a well-equipped kitchen and with every comfort.
The property is ideally situated to be able to quickly reach both Portovenere and the railway station, but also the Passeggiata Morin and the seafront of the city of La Spezia. From here you can easily board small, practical shuttles for unique excursions to the pearls of the coast, such as Portovenere and Lerici, and to the surrounding islands such as Palmaria, the island of Tino. But whatever route you decide to take Villa Nina is the ideal place to start from. Within walking distance of the residence, regular buses will transport you with ease to San Terenzo, Lerici, Fiascherino, Tellaro, Montemarcello, Bocca di Magra, Sarzana or the Val di Magra, as well as to the resorts of the green Val di Vara
The Cinque Terre and the characteristics of the landscape
The Cinque Terre are that stretch of coastline on the Riviera Ligure di Levante located in the province of La Spezia between Punta Mesco and Punta di Montenero, in which time, human endeavor and the beauty of the landscape have meant that, today, it is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is precisely between these two points that the ancient villages or terre, as they used to be called in ancient times, five in fact, arise, which, from west to east, outline the hills immersed in the enchanting Ligurian landscape: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. Since 1997 these five villages have been protected as World Heritage Sites. A characteristic feature of the landscape are the ciàn, a dense weave of terraces, of dry stone walls, which interrupt the steep slopes of the hills on which gardens, vineyards, stairways, cottages, and mule tracks rise and make these places enchanting and unique. It is the work of man, of high environmental engineering, that has transformed the hills and that the ciàn, today, protect the coast with more than 4,200 cubic meters of walls, about two meters high, that protect vegetable gardens and vineyards and that make the local production of wine and oil among the best in the world.