This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Levanto.
Levanto is a beautiful, coastal resort town in the province of La Spezia in Italy, about sixty kilometers from Genoa. The town is located at the end of a valley region, creating a beautiful backdrop of hills. The region is also known for olives and pine trees. Though the town is a resort town, where a lot of tourists visit each summer, it also has a lot of history, which is reflected in the architecture of the buildings and town planning. Beautiful plazas, Italian-style buildings, coffee shops, and gift stores can be found throughout the town. There is also the medieval castle, Villa Agnelli, and some beautiful old churches to explore during your stay, as well as of course, the beaches. The town also isn’t as busy as some of the nearby resort towns, which makes Levanto a great place to relax as well as checking out some the Italian culture.
There are a number of different accommodation options, something for all budgets and travel styles. Whether you fancy a resort; a fancy hotel; a basic hotel; campsite or RV site; a more traditional, family guesthouse; or a fun hostel in Levanto, the area has a wide selection. All accommodation options are of a high standard, and generally include all the usual amenities, such as Wi-Fi, hot water showers, tourist and travel information, optional airport shuttle pick-ups, and breakfast or access to a kitchen. Some places also have a swimming pool, spa, or jacuzzi and sauna, allowing you to completely unwind after spending the day exploring some the town's sights.
Written by local enthusiast for Levanto hostelsKelly Sheldrick