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Holiday Homes in Italy's guide to the regions of the Italian Riviera

The Italian Riviera's crescent shaped coastline is home to some of Italy's most glamorous seaside towns. Here the towering alps come crashing down to waterfront bays and quaint seaside villages. This enchanting region has been drawing artists and aristocrats for hundreds of years. Take in the impossible pretty villages of the world-famous Cinque Terre. Relax on the long beaches of Alassio or Bordighera or wander around the cobbled squares and past the impressive superyachts of the charming Portofino.

Wherever you choose to stay, you're bound to love the relaxed glamour of Italy's seaside playground. Explore the guides below for a more detailed overview of each town and area or pick up the phone to talk with one of our team of experts.

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Gaze down from a backdrop of terraces, gardens and fountains to the longest of sandy beaches

A bustling small seaside city rich in culture, inspiring artists alike with its beautiful beaches and alluring old town

The five lands, centries old charrming seaside fishing villages, nestled in the rugged liguarian coastline with breathtaking views

A lively and interesting medieval town with long sandy beaches and delicious fresh local food to feast on

The gateway to the Cinque Terre and a city of seafaring heritage from its port

The pristine cobbled square overlooking a picturesque harbour of super yachts and pastel lined pretty streets

A traditional seaside resort known for not only its hilltop pilgrimage site Montellegro with its breath-taking sea views

The chief of the Italian Riviera, an elegant and once regal town of art neuvou architecture and a bustling harbour

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