Genoa is home to one of the oldest and most active commercial ports in Europe.


Welcome to Liguria, a region in northwestern Italy known for its stunning coastline, colorful villages, and exquisite cuisine. Spanning approximately 5,400 square kilometers, Liguria is a paradise for seafood lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Ligurians have a deep connection to the sea, reflected in their cuisine featuring pesto Genovese, focaccia, and fresh seafood caught along the Mediterranean coast. Explore the picturesque villages of Cinque Terre, perched on cliffs overlooking the Ligurian Sea, or hike along scenic trails in Portofino National Park. Liguria's economy is driven by tourism and maritime activities, with a strong emphasis on sustainable development and preserving its natural beauty. Experience the charm and beauty of Liguria, where every view is a postcard and every meal is a celebration of Mediterranean flavors.

Coastal Beauty:

Stunning coastline attracts tourists and maritime activities.

Culinary Delights:

Known for pesto Genovese and fresh seafood.

Outdoor Recreation:

Hiking and boating opportunities in picturesque landscapes.

Maritime Industries:

Port activities and maritime services drive economy.

Environmental Sustainability:

Emphasis on preserving natural resources.