Camping Dolce Vita is midway between the Ligurian Apennine Mountains and the beaches of Albissole, thus offering its guests the choice between enjoying the coolness of the mountains and sunbathing in one of the best-known Ligurian sea resorts. The surrounding territory is rich in contrasts and will surely meet the needs of holidaymakers with different ways of interpreting and living their holidays.

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Immediately uphill Camping Dolce Vita, you can find the inland District of Stella, inside the Regional Nature Park of Beigua Unesco Global Geopark. It is a green territory where love for nature and love for history easily find a meeting point.

The Riviera districts of Albissola Marina and Albissola Superiore, with their deep and sandy beaches, have received the Blue Flag as last year, symbolizing the quality of their beaches. The beaches are surrounded by a wide promenade that has been obtained by dismantling the obsolete railway route by the Italian railway authorities. A section of the promenade has been embellished with palms, olive trees and highly valuable architectonic elements, and the section beyond the old railway bridge has been called “Artists’ Promenade” thanks to the presence of twenty-one large polychrome panels made by famous artists who have visited the small town. The promenade has been recently restored in order to bring it back to its ancient splendor.