If you choose to come by train, I can come get you at your arrival and
take you when you leave to the Levanto train station.
It's very important that we agree on the time at least one week
before your arrival.
If you prefer to get here on your own:
- From the Framura rail station, walk the tunnel and
go up the stairs located on the curve after the tunnel. When you reach
the road, follow on the right for about 500 m.
On your way, you will pass the descent to Portopidocchio Cove (which is
very beautiful and a nice place to swim) and a number of red apartment
At the end of the road there’s a bulletin board with information
about the surroundings. Two paths begin here. Take the one that goes up
where you see the sign for Salice-Bonassola. From here the path is in
the woods with great views of the coast. After the little bridge over
a stream, the path continues up to our house. The last part is a little
bit demanding climb.
- From the Bonassola rail station, take the path towards
Framura (ask someone where the entrance is, because the beginning it is
not clearly labeled).
When you are about to exit Bonassola, be sure to walk on Carpeneggio road
(there is also a yellow sign to Salto della Lepre). Climb the steep road
all the way and when it starts to go downwards, after 100 meters, you
find a path signed Framura or Salice. From now on, you walk in the woods
up to Salice.
When you arrive to Salice, the path crosses a road. Walk downwards your
left and, after 100 meters, you will reach us.
From mid-June to early September there's a bus service from Bonassola
to Montaretto (ask me the timetable). You can catch the bus up to Montaretto
and then follow the dirt road for Salice as above described. About 15
minutes on foot all downhill.
- Levanto railway station is a little bit farther away
but it is a stop for InterCity trains, so if you arrive from Milan or
Pisa you can get there without change. From the station take the bus to
Montaretto (for timetables see our links page) or take a taxi which will
cost about 25 euro. From Montaretto follow the dirt road for Salice as
above described. About 15 minutes on foot all downhill.