Die Villa verfügt über 3 neu renovierte Appartements mit allem Komfort ausgestattet und mit Geschmack eingerichtet, in ein Prestige-Gebäude. Die Drei-Zimmer-Apartment verfügt über eine voll ausgestattete Küche (Mikrowelle, Kaffeemaschine / Kaffeemaschine, Spülmaschine), Wohnzimmer (Satelliten TV), Schlafzimmer, Bad, Waschküche, Terrasse 50qm. Die Wohnung mit Blick auf den Garten umgibt die Villa. ADSL WI FI. AIR CONDITIONING.
Most tourists use La Spezia as a base for visiting the Cinque Terre and the Golfo dei Poeti, but it's worth spending some day wandering around the pleasant town and visiting its more notable sights. For the naval enthusiast, La Spezia's nautical heritage will be a major attraction.
The seafront is wide and provides lots of opportunities for gawping at boats of all sizes. A strip of park runs along the esplanade, making it a pleasant place for a stroll or a sit-down. There are also luxuriant parks, owing their existence to the turn-of-the-century lavishness that is also commemorated in the town's architecture and public buildings. Via del Prione is one of La Spezia's busiest streets, a largely-pedestrianised thoroughfare lined with shops, where the young bucks promenade on a Saturday afternoon.
Good daytrips from La Spezia include the Cinque Terre (thanks to the train service it's easy to walk and dine in the villages and then return to La Spezia to sleep), Portovenere and the other Golfo dei Poeti resorts, Lerici and San Terenzo, home of the Shelleys, which are pretty towns worth a visit for their own sake as well as for their literary connections. In the castle at San Terenzo there is a small museum dedicated to Mary Shelley. Further up the Ligurian coast (about an hour and a half by train) you'll come to Santa Margherita Ligure and Portofino.