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When the town council and/or the state railway company made the wise decision in about the middle of the last century to move the railway to the back of the town of Levanto, this meant two things. One, the beach was no longer cut off...More
As we stayed in Bonassola but were frequently going to Levanto to catch the train this was a very useful pathway. It seems perfectly safe and is well lit. I had been worried that it would be a rather boring walk but there are places...More
We used the walk through the old train tunnels to return to our hotel in Levanto from Bonassola at night. Felt very safe. Well lite, with many other walkers and also cyclists.
Most of the time you are in the tunnels, but occasionally one has...More
We walked along the beach boardwalk in Levanto to the newly renovated train tunnels, that are now for pedestrians and bicycles. It's an easy 30-35 minute walk, in and out of tunnels, with beautiful rocky cliffs and clear blue water overlooks. The beach in Bonasola...More
I spend most summer here and love waking up and going for a run along the beach from Levanto to bonasola or framuta.
In the evenings, we normally go through the tunnels by bike with family and friends to have dinner in bonasola.
A nice alternative to the CT hikes, this is all flat and an easy walk between Levanto and Bonassola. From there we took the train to Santa Margherita but didn't allow enough time for Portofino so would recommend doing the walk very early if you...More
First off, let's correct Linda's belief that you can bicycles to Framura. Not unless to take a hwy, the trail does not go there. Trail 1c does but it is a goat trail.This trail is a Great walk, about 3 kms one way with an...More
We were based in Levanto and walked to Bonassola via the tunnel. We did it late in the afternoon and wish we had rented bikes instead. Looked like an easy bike ride as it is flat. I would have ridden all the way to Framura....More