Deiva Marina

The most important historical and archaeological sites of the population of the territory, can be traced back to the ancient hill of agglomerations: Mezzema with findings attributed to the Copper Age and the Bronze Age, Square and marble epigraph of the Church of S. Maria Assunta , dating back to VII -VIII century, and the fortified residence of pass.

From these settlements , during the Middle Ages , there was moving toward the valley where some groups arose after the primitive town of Deiva so far behind the current coastline, a sort of colony, founded by the inhabitants of the hill towns having market functions and connecting with other coastal towns, the existence of a port, probably of river type, is attested in the twelfth century.

In the central Middle Ages, the area became a fief of the noble family of the Lords to pass, from the name of the hamlet where still today retain the symbols of their power: the ruins of the castle and the oratory that have both elements of the original medieval foundation. Towards the end of the thirteenth century was affirmed domain by the Republic of Genoa: Deiva Marina, was thus to be first in the territory belonging to the valley communities of Framura then move successively under the jurisdiction of one of Moneglia.

In the fourteenth century, to defend against pirate attacks and raids, people built with the help of Genoa, the two towers of defense: a roundabout towards the beach, which you can see the original battlements partially covered with ivy, and anotherquandrangular located in the old town, about 500 m. from the coast in good state of preservation.

The town of Deiva Marina currently consists of two nearby nuclei: the one place that the Navy has had a remarkable development in the twentieth century linked to the tourist development and that of the old town which is located around the parish that can be dated to the second half of the seventeenth century. In this part of town is the parish church dedicated to St. Antonio Abate, rebuilt in Baroque style in 1739. The patron is St. John the Baptist is celebrated on June 24: this festival include the traditional bonfire and procession with the statue of the saint along the city streets.

Deiva Marina in addition to the pleasant opportunity to stay offered by the variety of accommodation and is easily accessible by road, motorway and rail, namely by: Aurelia The Highway - Highway A12 Genoa - Livorno exit toll - Railway line Genoa-Rome.

To point out the salient features of this resort, it should first detected the tranquility that reigns even in periods of significant increase in attendance, comfortable accommodation of its hotels close to the sea or into the greenery of the hills, excellent accommodation options in apartments or campsites are spacious and equipped with excellent facilities and finally the restaurants especially recommended to taste the typical dishes of the Ligurian kitchen.

In addition to the full calendar of events, many leisure activities or sports in which to try: trekking opportunities related to the extensive network of trails and coastal ridge, the presence of tennis courts, soccer field, gym, bowling, sailing school and swimming, rock climbing, fishing, and finally, interesting diving to discover the rich fishing grounds, but Deiva Marina is especially renowned for the wide beach, clean sea and the natural environment where the beauty of coastal and marine areas have remained unchanged in time. To make it even more pleasant place to stay is the proximity of attractions are easy to reach: the Gulf of Tigullio (with Portofino and San Fruttuoso), the Cinque Terre and Portovenere, also visited with the ferry service departing from the city wharf. The train remains the fastest means of transport to visit the Cinque Terre: the journey from Deiva Marina to Monterosso you make it in just 16 minutes.

Camping Fornaci al Mare

 

 

Camping Fornaci al Mare

 

 

Camping Fornaci al Mare

 

 

Camping Fornaci al Mare

Camping Fornaci al Mare

Camping Fornaci al Mare
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