Splendid apartment suspended over the sea in the famous Villa di Capo Noli. The apartment, which occupies two floors of the villa, is cut from the rocky wall that forms the living room wall and is set into the mountain side, overlooking the sea. The view from the apartment is breathtaking. The open-space quadruple living room and open-plan kit chen is just across the hallway inside the main entrance and is illuminated by five huge windows typical of 19th century lemon-houses. Opposite is the semi circular terrace, with its coffee wooden ceiling and twisted columns in Montorfano stone. In front, the Gulf of Noli, one of the most beautiful in Italy, with its splendid cliffs and crystal clear sea. There are also a bathroom and a closet on the same floor. The three bedrooms are located on the lower level, the master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, and a second bathroom. They all have large porthole windows, carved into the rock, from which you can enjoy the seaview. The apartment has been recently renovated using quality materials: stone and wood for the floors, decorations on the coffered ceilings, air conditioning and custom furniture. Itis a ready-made home. Nice communal garden and swimming pool. It is possible to directly access the sea using the private passage. A caretaker lives in the villa all year round. A parking space is available in the condominium area. Noli, with its beautiful Blue Flag beaches and its luxuriant hinterland, is an ancient fishing village which still contains some very beautiful religious and medieval architectures cattered throughout the town. This small town is right fully numbered as one of the "Borghi pi� belli d'Italia", the list of Italy'smost beautiful Italian villages drawn up by the Association of Italian Municipalities. The village of Noli's history is, first and foremost, linked to the Maritime Republic of Genoa. However, it also has an important fishing tradition. It is connected to the village of Varigotti, a fishing village on the golden sand which seems to have been created out of the sea, by both the road and by a path known as "The Pilgrim's Trail".