From Milan to Paraggi: Cova spends summer by the sea

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Pasticceria Cova Montenapoleone, an icon of Milanese pastry and culinary art, is docking in Paraggi, a stunning bay nestled between Portofino and Santa Margherita Ligure in the Liguria region. Renowned for its superb products and exquisitely refined décor, the Milan institution is decked out in the red and white colors of the famed Bagni Bosetti beach.

This initiative, part of the area’s revitalization, preserves time-honored style and flavors with meticulous respect for the surrounding pristine nature. Sustainability has guided the choice of materials, including natural teak and wooden wall panels. The relaxed elegance of the ambiance reflects Cova’s 200-year history and a passion for both the environment and culinary excellence.

The design of the new space translates ethical choices and eco-responsibility, including the elimination of plastic and partnerships with local producers, celebrating the fabulous terroir of the Tigullio region. The spacious bar facing the boardwalk is open the morning for those who love nothing better than a Cova coffee to begin the day. Later risers can sip a aperitivo while enjoying the magnificent sunset. The regularly updated menu features Cova classics with a marine inspiration.

Exquisite savoir-faire and superb quality products are joined by Cova’s impeccable service and warm ambiance, ensuring a memorable timeless experience in a truly distinctive setting.