The panoramas you can enjoy from this aparment take your breath away and present you with superb sunsets: with a view stretching from the Gulf of Poets and its islands, to the Apuan Alps with the white stripes of the marble quarries, to the Tuscany coast, to the island of Gorgona and as far as Corsica on a clear day. A unique spot, offering the last bays of Liguria and the first beaches of Tuscany.
The wonderful village of Montemarcello is few minutes drive away: a splendid place with ancient origins, recently voted among the most beautiful places in Italy, with its typical narrow little streets and well-preserved houses painted a typically ligurian pastel colour, and which has in recent years has become the destination for a refined and intellectual kind of tourism.
Coming down from Montemarcello towards Bocca di Magra, another attractive village with roman origins and a small, well-equipped port, you come across a fork leading to Punta Bianca at the southernmost tip of the promontory: it's a rocky point of light limestone that dives into a deep, clean sea surrounded by pine trees and mediterranean reef
Just before the little path that goes down, not too steeply, to the rocks at Punta Bianca (15 minutes walk), lies this complex of apartments designed by the famous architect Gio' Ponti and built in the 70s.