Distinguished by the presence of a lot of surveys, the territory of Deiva Marina is characterized by the strong interpenetration of sea and mountains, and by the coexistence of two different and complementary souls. Hills behind the village are crossed by numerous hiking trails, which wind through Mediterranean scrub and wide woods, often offering glimpses of blue and panoramic views. These paths are part of a much larger network, which connects Sestri Levante and the Tigullio to the Cinque Terre.
Among the most fascinating routes, the path leads to Framura, which starts from the sea and continues climbing along the ridge, climbing through woods of strawberry trees and chestnut trees, up to the place called Case Serro. Here the trail becomes a dirt mule track that runs along the sea, offering a wonderful view which, on clear days, can range from the promontory of Portofino to the Gulf of Levanto. At the end of the path you find the paved road that descends towards Framura.
From the historical center of Deiva Marina, particularly evocative, you can also walk towards Moneglia, the other neighboring municipality, following a path that is not particularly demanding but suggestive, surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, which runs along vineyard terraces and pine woods. to the village of Lemeglio, then descend towards the sea.
Moving away from the coast, there are other highly suggestive routes, such as the Mezzema-Incisa-Deiva, which climbs along the ridge between the valleys of Deiva and Moneglia, or the Deiva-Vigo-Castagnola, which reaches and passes the pre-Roman Ligurian castle of Monte Vigo and then returns to the coast, or even the Passo del Bracco circuit, a very challenging path that climbs up to the summit of Monte S. Nicolao.