Dine by the sea in Liguria
From east to west, here is our top list of Ligurian restaurants on the beach or not so far from the sea


Via Paraggi a Mare, 1 – Santa Margherita Ligure (GE)

ph. +39 0185 046284

Among one of the most famous fish restaurants in Milan, Langosteria has chosen the popular Bagni Fiore for its seaside location close to Portofino. The menu changes according to the catch of the day but if you choose their crudités, you will never be disappointed.



Via Nizza, 89r – Savona

ph. +39 019 862263

The restaurant is located on the private beach of the Mare Hotel. Their cuisine is creative both in the ingredients they use and the food pairings such as the layered pastry dish with bluefin tuna, foie gras, nori seaweed, marinated daikon with sumiso, as well as a meat speciality such as the delicious grilled pigeon.



Via 25 Aprile, 37 – Bergeggi (SV)

ph. +39 019 859750

A starred family-run restaurant managed with passion, this is how the prestigious Michelin guide has been defining it for a number of years now. Among their most famous dishes, there is the Mediterranean Citrus Crustacean Bouquet and Filleted Fish Soup served in a soapstone bowl.  Make sure you do not miss out on reserving a table on their panoramic terrace.



Via Vescovado, 13 – Noli (SV)

ph. +39 019 7499059

The restaurant with its frescoed rooms and creative cuisine of Michelin chef Giuseppe Ricchebuono is available in summer on the terrace overlooking the sea of the fifteenth-century Palazzo Vescovile.  From the ancient wheat of Monteggio to the products of small local producers, it offers everything you can find in the area.



Via Lepanto, 1 – Alassio (SV)

ph. +39 0182 644744

It is not exactly by the sea but the view of the gulf of Alassio from the restaurant is spectacular and its cuisine – based on three areas: Provence (where the chef comes from), Western Liguria and the Langhe – is no different. The Oyster bar is the highlight.



Via Balzi Rossi, 2 – Frontiera San Ludovico, Ventimiglia (IM)

ph. +39 0184 38132

We are located on a cliff top very close to the French border. The cuisine however is strictly Ligurian focusing mainly on local products (Taggiasca olive oil, Sanremo shrimps, etc.) and home-made specialities, including of course fresh pasta and bread.

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