We offer a little romantic and independent apartment (third floor), with a cosy kitchen, a bedroom and a private bathroom, suitable for 2 people. Upon reservation we prepare a rich breakfast in the main room or in the garden: italian coffe, bread, home-made marmelade and cakes, fruits, ligurian "focaccia", etc. Our guests can relax and enjoy the garden: chairs and tables are available. Parking is free; indoor parking also for motorcycle and bikes.
We have a cot and plays for children.
We are on the way to Savona-Vado port (ferry to Corse): 40 minutes. From Savona a boat will bring you to Whale-watching.
From Mioglia you can reach Acqui Terme (26 km), famous for termal bath and Piedmont wines.
You can visit Genua, it's famous Aquarium and the Sea's Museum (Galata).
Casa di Alfredo is located in Mioglia, a small village placed 30 min. far from the ligurian Riviera delle Palme. It's an ideal location for trekking and mountain bike: there are 50 km of tracks crossing woods and fields in a preserved area. Nearby many itineraries in the Natural Park of Monte Beigua (UNESCO), suitable for both MTB or trekking (1280 m. high). Our B&B is a good starting point to visit ligurian seaside villages (Albisola, Varazze,Noli, Varigotti..) and sun-warmed beaches. Here you can find also caves, castles and nice medieval villages.
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Please note that usage-based cost can occur additionally. If you have any questions please get in touch with the owner directly.
We give back the prepayment 20 days before for reservation of more than one night.
Bedlinen will be changed once a week, towels after three days (for a stay of seven days).
Mrs. Donatella Di Ciaccio
I speak: English, French, Italian and Spanish
Accommodation number: 34143
I'm a medieval archeologist, and I love nature, so Mioglia and Liguria is a beautiful location for me, so rich in history. My husband and me love sun and sea, just for a walk along the beach if it's too cold to swimming. I cook: I like to prepare breakfast for my guests with homemade jam and cakes, a good italian coffe, bread, focaccia and juice. Photo: me and a XVII cent. galea in Galata Museum, Genua.
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