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Best Hotels in Levanto

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Levanto blends traditional beach holiday appeal with natural beauty in one seductive package, so find the ideal Levanto hotels with the help of The town has plenty of accommodation options, from modern and large-scale hotels by the sea, to ecotourism lodges and family-run establishments. Every single hotel listing includes reviews by our customers, providing an accurate impression of what to expect. We also include handy extras like photographs of hotel interiors and sample rooms, as well as location maps telling you precisely where you would be staying. You can also give our team of holiday experts a call to talk through your options. When you have decided, book early with's partners to enjoy big discounts on Levanto hotels.

What's Levanto Like?

Located on Italy's north-west coast between Genoa and La Spezia, Levanto is nestled in between two headlands, and is right at the centre of the famous Cinque Terre nature reserve. The town has a long history, and this has left plenty of beautiful architecture to see, from the castle, to the Church of Sant Andrea, the opulent Villa Agnelli and the elegant Piazza della Loggia. Levanto looks out onto the sea - and its culture is based around fishing, so there are a number of maritime-themed festivals, including the Festa del Mare held in July. In the nearby Cinque Terre National Park, visitors can head out mountain biking or hiking, or they can hop between gorgeous seaside towns like Vernazza and Levanto. There are also the urban attractions of Genoa and Florence within day-trip distance, as well as stunning regional attractions like Ameglia Castle and the town of Sarzana.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Levanto

Levanto has always been an outward looking town owing to its seafaring past, and the modern inhabitants will always welcome visitors. Try out a little Italian to be even more popular - no matter how fluent you actually are. Blend in with the locals by dining on some Ligurian delicacies. Smother your pasta in locally made pesto sauce, grab a focaccia on the run or choose a seafood feast - the locals will always be ready to point you towards their favourite restaurant. They may also be able to help you find secluded beaches in Cinque Terre. Try heading to sandy Monterosso or Bonassola to find some of Italy's most picturesque coastal villages. When hiking in Cinque Terre, you should also take a leaf from the locals' book and respect the land. It's beautiful country, so watch out for litter or stray sparks. Whatever you do, enjoy a break in Levanto with