Vineyards and olive trees, a flavour of dolce vita in Liguria. Welcome to The Travis's hotel.
“We want to share with our guests our love for our region and the magical feelings it brings.”
Facing the Mediterranean, in the Cinque Terre region of Italy, the Travi family open the doors of their boutique hotel and welcome you to their little paradise. Al Terra di Mare, The Originals Relais, managed by this friendly family, is an amazing 4-star establishment, more of “a romantic village where you can embrace, with one look, the hills, the sea and the sky to the horizon,” explain the Travis. Because this charming hotel has 31 rooms spread across several houses, like a typical little Liguria village. In the centre of the hotel, the outdoor terrace, the piazzetta, allows you to appreciate the atmosphere of this unique place, surrounded by unspoiled nature. There is also a swimming pool to make your stay in Levanto even more relaxed.
At first sight this charming 4-star hotel looks like a typical little Ligurian village. Several little light pink and light yellow houses contain 31 cosy rooms, between 23 and 33m2, which can accommodate up to 4 people. Some of the rooms face the hotel’s alleys, while others offer a view of the sea or Levanto Valley. Some of them come with a private terrace. All are fully equipped and air-conditioned.
- Non smoking room
- Air-conditioned room
To get the day off to a good start, the Travi family serves up a generous buffet breakfast. You can either eat in the dining room or out on the wonderful terrace facing the sea. You will find a variety of cheeses, salami, bread, cakes, jam, fruit, coffee and tea. Not forgetting eggs and bacon. In the interests of being sociable: “Our bar is open all day long. Our guests can come there to enjoy the wonderful terrace with a view of the Mediterranean,” add the Travis.
The hotel is located in Levanto, in the heart of the Liguria region, in north-west Italy. A region that is sometimes sublime, always fascinating. Well worth a visit in any case.
Near the hotel, to the north-west of the Gulf of La Spezia, the Cinque Terre region is unmissable. And still difficult to access which has meant this wild coastline remains unspoiled. In 1997 this region, as well as Portovenere and the Palmaria islands, Tino and Tinetto, were entered into UNESCO’s World Heritage list before becoming a national park. A coastal footpath linking Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso offers a stunning panoramic view.