Noli is a small seaside village – whose origins date back to Roman times – child-friendly with splendid beaches.
Noli is a small seaside village with origins dating back to Roman times – child-friendly with beautiful beaches. The village still retains the appeal from its glorious past. This includes the Castle of Monte Ursino, towers, walls, churches (the most prestigious being that of San Paragorio), historical palaces and traditional ceremonies that evoke the splendour of the Ancient Republic of Noli. Since the 1950s, Noli has been a renowned seaside resort, also offering something to interest culture-lovers, such as the Noli Music Festival, alongside nature and outdoor sports like hiking, SUP-boarding and cycling.
Noli is listed as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy and holds the Blue Flag for the purity of its waters and the Green Flag awarded by the Italian Paediatricians’ Association for the appeal of its child-friendly beaches.
These features make Noli an ideal holiday resort for families.