Just a few meters from the famous promenade of Camogli, Mare blu is the link between water and sky. Three waterfront terraces and private access to the sea form the soul of this exclusive home. Here you float inside and outside in the blue of the sea and the sky only listening to the waves and the seagulls.
The house belongs to a well-known Italian family of journalists and for many years was a meeting place for both the intellectual and the sophisticated world of Italy. Discussions and celebrations were held here and many details still remind us of this exciting time. You enter the terraced house into the elegant living area with exquisite paintings and lovingly collected art. But the view wanders outside, through the large panoramic windows directly onto the blue Mediterranean Sea. Here you live in harmony with the sound of the sea. Open the panoramic doors and enjoy being close to the water. Nothing separates you from the waves of the sea. The well-equipped kitchen and a small bathroom are also on this level. On the lower floor is the so-called library, a tribute to the thinkers who enlivened this house. There is space for many books, but also for various seating options and two additional beds. Here large panoramic windows open onto a large terrace with a dining area and the absolute highlight of the house. Here you have private access to the sea directly from your terrace. The house stands on a cliff and a steep path has been cut into the rocks, which is not open to the public. Only the residents of the building have access from their terrace. The water here is of a pristine clarity rarely found on public beaches. Enjoy this unique atmosphere of having the Mediterranean all to yourself! Two comfortable double bedrooms (160x200), one with air conditioning on the upper floor, two bathrooms and another balcony offer plenty of space for four to six guests.
A parking lot belongs to the house. Since this parking lot was planned in other times and for smaller vehicles and is correspondingly narrow, we offer it free of charge. If your vehicle is too big, you can drive up to the building for loading and unloading and would then have to use the public car park (sometimes subject to a charge).
Here you go on holiday without a car. Not only the restaurants, the supermarket and the famous promenade of Camogli can be reached in a few minutes on foot. The port, where the ships leave for the Cinque Terre, Genoa, Portofino and the surrounding towns, and the train station with its many connections are within walking distance.