- 20 January 2021
Finale Ligure a splendid town with a Medieval historical centre and some of the most beautiful beaches in Liguria
VISITING FINALE LIGURE
Boating in Finale Ligure
Finale Ligure has a tourist port in concession from the Municipality of San Donato, and covers 37,393 m2 of water surface area and uses 24,488 m2 of land area. The marina can accommodate up to 550 boats up to 17 metres in length, many spaces of which are reserved for transit.
There are a number of services available for pleasure boaters: fuel distributors, fresh water and electricity supply, care taking, mooring operators, waste collection, toilet facilities, and showers.
There is also a small shipyard for boat storage and repairs with a fixed crane with up to 40 tonne load, and a mobile crane up to 25 tonnes.
A must-see is Finalborgo, one of the centres that makes up the town of Finale Ligure. It developed mostly in the Middle Ages. The centre is full of spectacular Fifteenth-century and Renaissance buildings, modified during the Spanish dominion. Enclosed by intact Medieval walls, with semi-circular towers at intervals and interrupted only for the doors.