I’ve heard many times about this walk that leads from Voltri, on the outskirts of Genoa, to Varazze, passing through the towns of Arenzano and Cogoleto, that winds along the coast overlooking the sea, following the route of the old railway dismissed in the ’60.

I finally managed to go and try the long path (16 kilometers!!!) the other day, with my sister who lives in Camogli, on a gorgeous sunny morning.

Part of the walk is done under the original tunnels dug and built to pierce the mountain where the rock that plunges into the sea prevented the straight progress of the train. You can still see the traces of the mines used to break through into the hard rock. The rest is just open sea and open sky.

Check out the pictures and if you happened to be somewhere around Genova don’t miss this treasure re-qualified and given back to inhabitants and visitors.

Betti

  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare
  • Ligurian Lungamare

Lungomare Europa: the Ligurian High Line 1

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