Located in the centre of the Gulf of Liguria, on the Palm Riviera, Varazze blends the joy and colours of its beach and “caruggi”
A unique and charming landscape nestling between the sky and the sea, it is the ideal spot where you can while away your time in relaxation and enjoyment.
Varazze is a typical Ligurian “borgo”, close to the shore with its narrow streets leading down to the sea and its tiny squares surrounded by local colourful houses.
Strolling through the historical centre, either for the sake of strolling or for shopping, it takes little to tell Varazze is a town boasting its own art and history. The following places must be visited: the church of Sant’Ambrogio distinguishable with its romanesque gotic belltower in red brick starkly contrasting with the neorenaissance facade, the palace of Beato Jacopo, the former municipality building, the church of Saints Nazario and Celso, the church of San Domenico, the oratories, seats of town confraternities, the church of Santa Caterina in the east – the history of the church linked to the saint herself – and Villa Cilea.
A host of places to visit, where the works of art therein housed are to be admired.