Where is Ligurian Sea?
The Ligurian sea is part of Mediterranean sea between the Islands of Corsica and Elba in the South and the Riviera coastline (Liguria) from the North of Italy and Monaco in the North.
Genoa and La Spezia are the main ports on the Ligurian Sea, which turns southeast into the Tyrrhenian Sea. The Gulf of Genoa on the Italian coast occupies the northern part of the Ligurian Sea, which is up to 2,615 meters deep.
The deepest point of the Ligurian sea is located in the Gulf of Genoa, which is a part of the Ligurian sea, about 2.615 m below the water surface.
The Ligurian Sea is bordered to the north by the coast of the Riviera in Italy and Monaco. In the East it borders on the Italian Tuscany. In the South, Corsica, which belongs to France, and Elba, which belongs to Italy, border the sea. In the southeast the sea passes into the Tyrrhenian Sea. The distance from Monaco to the northern tip of Corsica, Cap Corse, is about 160 km.
Of all the rivers that flow into the Ligurian Sea, the Arno is certainly the best known. It rises on Mount Falterona in Italy and flows for 240 km towards the Ligurian Sea. There it flows near Pisa.