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Castello Canevaro

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Zoagli bridge by night
Zoagli bridge by night
Zoagli pictures from beach
Zoagli pictures from beach
Zoagli main beach by night
Zoagli main beach by night
Zoagli beach wave
Zoagli beach wave

The Towers

Dating from the 16th century, two towers, constructed to defend the town against invading Saracens, still stand in Zoagli.

The Railway Bridge

The bridge, constructed in 1865, dominates the Zoagli landscape. Its huge arches span the town, separating it from the beach. It was destroyed by Allied Forces during World War II in an effort to prevent communication with Genoa, and was rebuilt after the war. 


The Seafront Promenade (walks)

Cut into the cliff, the promenade which runs alongside the sea at Zoagli is lovely. It allows for romantic strolls and incredible views of the Mediterranean. Two remaining defence towers, which date from the 16th century, are located along the promenade. It is worth renting a boat to observe the beautiful landscape from the sea.

The Beach

A pebbly shore and wonderfully clean water make up the charming beach at Zoagli. Those wishing to escape the crowds of families who venture here for a bit of sun can take a stroll along the rocky coast and find their own little private inlet.