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Levanto is a small town in northwestern Italy along the Mediterranean Sea. While the city cannot boast big tourist attractions like some other locations in Italy, the little community is a good alternative to relax off the beaten path for a little while. The town features a host of medieval sites such as a medieval castle in perfect condition as well as the church of Sant'Andrea (Saint Andrew), which dates back to the 13th-century. Outdoor activities include a beach and Italy's first national park, the Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre. Chose one of Venere's partner Levanto hotels to return to each night. At Venere, you can find accommodations ranging from one to five stars, ensuring that there's a room available for every budget.
What's Levanto Like?
Many medieval castles can be found throughout Europe, but the castle in Levanto is in remarkably good condition despite being centuries old. The Church of Saint Andrew was built in the Gothic architectural style with a beautiful rose window and black and white bands. A chalice of Henry VII is one of it's most valuable treasures, though it is generally only displayed for special occasions. Situated on the Mediterranean, Levanto offers a nice beach for those looking to spend some time in the surf. Parking is scarce and often expensive, so if you want to spend a day near the water, walking or using Venere's pinpoint maps to select a hotel close to the beach is advantageous. The Parco Natzionale delle Cinque Terre is both the smallest and oldest of Italy's national parks. Trails weaving through the park connect a series of towns perched on the cliffs above the ocean.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Levanto
The nearby wooded hills of the inland are known for honey, mushrooms, chestnuts, goat, and potatoes. A soft cheese similar to ricotta known as brusso is commonly used as a filling in pies and comes recommended. As you would imagine, the most common language in Levanto is Italian. If you don't speak fluent Italian, learning a few simple phrases before arriving will generally help you receive a friendlier response to your questions. No matter what brings you to this quiet corner of Italy, enjoy the peace and relaxation that a Venere hotel offers. Venere's website offers high resolution photos of every hotel as well as independent reviews written by previous visitors. To book a room, visit Venere or download our free smartphone mobile app and receive exclusive deals sent straight to your phone.