Liguria Real Estate

There are many reasons investors love Liguria real estate. For one, it's just a short drive from Monte Carlo. If gambling isn't your style, perhaps you will enjoy Liguria's miles of beautiful coastline, colorful towns and delicious regional cuisine. The province also offers a year-round temperate climate, a varied geography, and a central location that is easily accessible for 2nd homebuyers.

Since it is one of the most visited regions in Italy, residents of Liguria also enjoy convenient access from a number of major destinations from regional airports in Nice, Pisa, and Genova.

Need more reasons to buy property in Liguria? If you're looking for a holiday getaway, Western Liguria is known for its golden beaches and its luxurious seaside resorts. For secluded inlets and picturesque homes, the Portofino area is as stunning as it is exclusive. Read more about Liguria real estate.

Liguria Italy Real Estate Listings

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Photo of Listing #H-32-07-002
  • MLS® #: H-32-07-002
  • Costal Liguria Villa with Luxurious Tennis Court and Pool
  • Liguria, Italy
  • €4,800,000
  • 7 Bed, 8 Bath, 6630 SqFt
  • Residential

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Liguria Italy Real Estate

liguria-real-estateDon't let its small size fool you. What Liguria province lacks in size, it more than makes up for in its diversity in real estate. If you've always dreamed of living by the ocean, seaside apartments are the way to go. Prefer the laid back atmosphere of the Italian countryside? Then a charming farm house is more for you. In search of a high-end retreat to call home for the holidays? Consider buying a Liguria villa as a 2nd home.

Liguria homes for sale are also relatively affordable when compared to Tuscany or Veneto. A modest one-bedroom apartment can be purchased for as little as €100,000.

For these reasons and more, Liguria homes are popular with Italians, foreign investors, and vacationers alike. The local housing market has seen tremendous growth over the past few years, and offers lots of good options for vacation and retirement homes.

Liguria Highlights

liguria-pestoLiguria has made several contributions to Italian culture from pesto sauce to Nicolo Paganini. The region is also well-known for its delicate white wines, a contrast from the robust reds produced in Tuscany or Piedmont.

The province is also a haven for outdoor recreation. Liguria's extensive coastline boasts some amazing boating and sports fishing. Golf enthusiasts can take advantage of five scenic courses, and cyclists can tackle the Sanremo cycling rally course for a challenging ride.

History buffs should make a point to visit The Cinque Terre National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site which spans five lovely villages: Corniglia, Manarola, Monterosso al Mare, Riomaggiore, and Vernazza. A network of trails links all the villages in one scenic walk that spans stunning views and historic sites.

Capital: Genoa

Regional Specialties: Pesto, trenette (pasta), salsa di noci (hazelnut sauce), cima alla genovese (stuffed veal), tomaxelle (veal meatballs), sardenaira (pizza), ciuppin (fish stew), Sciacchetrà (dessert wine), Pigato (white wine), Vermentino (white wine), Rossese di Dolceacqua (red wine)

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