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Inland, the ancient village of Sarzana sits between Versilia and the picture postcard Cinqueterre, providing an ideal base from which to explore Liguria and Tuscany.
The western side of Liguria has the same wonderful climate and all the benefits of the French Riviera at its fingertips.
Annual temperatures are not subject to such wide fluctuations as in other parts of Italy and Central Europe and with 300 sunny days in the year, Liguria is one of the sunniest regions in Italy, and is therefore a popular holiday destination in every season.
Each of the pretty villages of the region seems to have its own unique claim to history.
Portofino has become a byword for Italian Riviera glamour, its pastel-coloured harbour-front houses an iconic image of the coast, overlooking not so much fishing boats but super-yachts these days.
Further along the coast, Sestri Levante exudes a similar charm and cachet, along with coastal villages such as Santa Margherita Ligure, Rapallo and Lerici.
A historically rich and industrious region of Italy, Liguria continues to captivate buyers due to the impressive and fascinating landscape of mountains and sea.
The first tennis club in Italy was founded in Bordighera in 1878.
There remains, to this day, a strong tradition of enjoying tennis along the Italian Riviera.
The western coastline, the Riviera di Ponente, is a slim strip of coastal plain.
The eastern coastline, the Riviera di Levante, is more mountainous and rugged.