Is a town and comune in the province of La Spezia in Liguria (northern Italy), part of the Italian Riviera. It is situated on the coast of the Gulf of La Spezia, 8 kilometres southeast of La Spezia. It is known as the place where the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley drowned. The town is connected by ferry to the Cinque Terre and Portovenere.
One of the main sights of Lerici is its castle which since its first founding in 1152 was used to help control the entrance of the Gulf of La Spezia. Today the castle contains a museum of palaeontology. Wikipedia
Video – Via Giacomo Matteotti to Via Giuseppe Mazzini
Approximately 1.89 km – 1.17 miles
The walk starts in Via Giacomo Matteotti – Chiesa S. Francesco, Via Matteotti – Via Cavour – Via Orante Petriccioli – Piazza Giuseppe Garibald – Via Lungomare Vassallo – Via Roma – Piazza Bacicalupi, Via Nino Gerini – Walk back along Via Nino Gerini to Via Roma – Via S. Biaggini – Walk back to Piazza Giuseppe Garibald – Via Giuseppe Mazzini