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Destinations of: Liguria, Italy

Casa del Pellegrino Ceranesi
Ceranesi is a small hamlet on the peak of Monte Figogna (800 m) and dedicated to the Santuario di Nostra Signora della Guardia (Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Guard), the Patron of Genoa and the most important Marian Shrine in Liguria. Qvernight and day visitors are welcome and there is much to see. A museum details the history of the sanctuary and the miracles which have occurred and the magnificent church is a gem of artistic treasures.
Location: 16014 Ceranesi
Hotel Villa San Giuseppe
The hotel is situated in a gracious and stately former private villa, surrounded by large and beautiful grounds bursting with plants and greenery. In 1948 the property was purchased by the Catholic Diocese of Lugano, in Switzerland for use as a holiday destination for members of the clergy. These days members of religious orders are still very welcome to stay here, along with tourists, holidaying families and anyone who enjoys a holiday at the beach.
Location: 18016 San Bartolomeo Al Mare IM
Madonnina Del Grappa
Sestri levante is a gorgeous little fishing village/town with ancient maritime origins - possibly because the town is situated on a peninsula with water on both sides. The advantage is that the the town has two beautiful beaches. Sestri Levante is a favourite with Italian holiday makers, and those in the know. Children's author Hans Christian Anderson lived here for some time. Pretty pastel coloured buildings line the beachfront and tiny inlets and bays adorn the picture perfect coastline.
Location: 16039 Sestri Levante GE
Villa Mesco
Villa Mesco is a vacation house managed by the religious order of the Fathers of the Padre Semeria Institute, and is located on a hill overlooking the little seaside town of Monterrosso al Mare. The villa lies in a quiet area area and is ideally located for a peaceful and relaxing stay. Crystal clear water, sandy beaches and plenty of cafes and restaurant can be found in the village which is 500 m downhill from the villa. If travelling to the village with luggage it would be best to take a taxi. Without luggage it is a pleasant, though uphill walk from the town. The village overlooks both a free and a 'pay' beach and the walking paths the Cinque Terre is famous for can be accessed from here.
Location: Monterosso al Mare

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