My home is a small Corner of Paradise nestled on the hill that slopes overlooking the sea of Framura, a charming seaside resort which is situated halfway between the promontory of Portofino and the Cinque Terre which is only 30 km. I designed my house as a large open space overlooking an expanse of olive trees and fragrant meadows that thin out towards the sea.
After meander through creuze and place alleys, past a gate and climb a stone stairway to the "paradise" (the access to the villa just walk through a stone stairway).
The climb may seem a little hard, but you'll be rewarded entertainment that is enjoyed by my house on the sea and the sound of the waves lull you. The accommodation is suitable for couples and families who want to enjoy a beach holiday in freedom and in peace. The interiors of the house are bright and colorful, like my paintings, even the house is a three-dimensional framework, so that everyone in my Guests can enjoy this beauty and peace in harmony with themselves and nature
Guests as well as take advantage of all the interior spaces of the house have access to the outside patio, the sun and all the land and olive groves around the house.
It's possible to book a park at payment locally
My work takes me to be in contact with the audience and I make use of the collaboration of my friends and family who support me in this new exciting adventure of hosts.
I love this piece of land between Portofino and the Cinque Terre, take me back to my roots here. My mission is to make known the beauty of Framura and as well explains Gianno Buosi in an article in The Day defines it: "An authentic angle of Liguria right by the sea. Here you do not pass the coast with its river of cars. The upper reach of leaving the motorway. A Framura would be best to arrive by train and, if anything, use the excellent bus that connects the five villages . walk, then, discover really forget. Pass through the silent streets of Anzo, where some children running around. And now the paths that you submit in the Mediterranean vegetation of the natural park "Monte Serro - Punta Mesco." the acrid smell of the pines, yellow splashes of gorse, the solemnity of the oak trees, the pale serenity username olive trees. This is also called the coast "de sere ", namely of the walls built by stacking stone by stone, whose only concrete are the sweat and skill of those who erected them. Reach the Vandarecca beach via a small road that travels a little altitude and leaves under him the marina. The water shines clear and transparent, almost like once, in a setting of reddish basalt and pines. "