Levanto boasts some of the best beaches in the Cinque Terre area, also very popular with surfers. Amandolevanto B& B is located 2 km from the seaside area, where you will find sandy beaches with a shallow seabed (to the east) or pebbly beaches with a deep seabed (to the west). You can opt for bathing establishments or free beaches, depending on your needs, always being able to count on the suggestions of Sarah and Corrado.
Levanto-Framura cycle / pedestrian path
The Levanto-Bonassola-Framura cycle / pedestrian path retraces the route of the former railway line, abandoned and recovered with the aim of transforming it into a suggestive path on the sea that connects the three villages, from which you can access the beaches that characterize this coastal stretch. The former railway line has given way to 5 kilometers of cycle and pedestrian path which today are part of the Tyrrhenian Cycle Route project that crosses the Ligurian territory as well as the Tuscan and Lazio regions, starting from Ventimiglia (on the border with France) to reach Rome.. The road surface is asphalted and divided by road markings in both directions for bicycles and in the lane reserved for pedestrians.
Historic center of Levanto
Frequently chosen by those wishing to visit the Cinque Terre, Levanto is a picturesque village in the eastern Ligurian region, appreciated above all for the commercial liveliness of this area, where it is possible to taste typical specialties in one of the many bars open until evening. The reflection of this dynamism is found in the picturesque colored houses while the ancient buildings with faded decorations testify to the historical-cultural charm of the village.
Castle of San Giorgio
Probably dating back to 1165, the Castle of San Giorgio was rebuilt in Levanto in the second half of the 16th century, in the same period in which the town walls were built. The building is private and therefore cannot be visited but it is worth walking through the narrow streets that lead to the castle and then enjoy a splendid panorama as well as the magical atmosphere that only places so rich in history can offer.
Monterosso is the first town in the Cinque Terre that you come across coming from Levanto. It is about 20 minutes by car (or train) from Amandolevanto B& B. This area does not need major presentations, just remember that the five seaside villages boast a unique architecture, connected by suggestive paths that link sea and mountains through ruins and fortifications, for a truly unforgettable hiking experience. Here https://www.lecinqueterre.org/ you can find useful information to visit Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso.