Framura, municipality of La Spezia located between Deiva Marina and Bonassola is a small seaside village like there are no more, whose territory, with mountains and terracing of olive trees is among the best preserved and most characteristic of the Ligurian coast. More generally, Framura is shown in the middle of the Levantine ring, formed by the extremes of Portofino and the Cinque Terre; with the latter it shares much of the mountain and coastal environment, making a form of continuity link towns and villages together, under the aegis of the National Park of the same name.
Framura is not the typical town with a limited living area, but is defined as a “scattered” municipality, in which we find five fractions: Anzo, Ravecca, Setta, Costa, Castagnola.
We find the town, therefore, as a collection of villages gathered in one of the many inlets of the coast, all in perfect symbiosis with the surrounding nature. Framura is bordered to the north by the municipality of Carrodano, to the west by that of Deiva Marina, to the south-east by that of Bonassola and to the north-east by Levanto.
From La Spezia, it is just over half an hour.