Brugnato 5Terre Outlet Village
Welcome to the only outlet of Liguria in Italy, between La Spezia, Genova and Pisa
Brugnato 5Terre Outlet Village has a gross lettable area of 19,000 sqm and was opened in April 2014.
Brugnato 5Terre Outlet Village is perfectly located between Genoa, La Spezia and Livorno on the A12 and has a catchment area of more than 6.1 million residents. Supplemented by the tourism potential of 18 million tourists of the famous holiday and day-trip-destination Cinque Terre. Cinque Terre is a about twelve kilometers long, climate favored zone at the Italian Riviera coastline between Punta Mesco and Punta di Montenero northwest of La Spezia with five villages Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.
The brand range from sports streetwear brands such as Nike, Puma about fashion brands such as Superdry, Baldinini, Borbonese, Liu Jo Uomo, Napapijri, New Balance, Pinko, Timberland, Twinset and other Italian niche brands to cosmetics shops from Deborah and Naïma mode Profumerie. The highlight is the PADIGLIONE DEL GUSTO a food pavilion with typical regional dishes and wines from 7 vendors.
Investor is Studio Acconci, a family-run and local company. ROS Retail Outlet Shopping was commissioned with the Centre Management in September 2015.
La Spezia, Genoa & Livorno | 6,1 million inhabitants |
Taking the A12 motorway from Genoa or Livorno, Brugnato Borghetto exit. Visibility and proximity to the motorway (200 meters from the exit) allows for easy accessibility from both the north (Genoa and Emilia Romagna) and South (La Spezia, the Versilia and Tuscany in general)
18 million visits within 60 minutes of which 12.5 million are within 30 minutes 4 million arrivals, of which 2.5 million are within 30 minutes High rate of foreign and non-EU tourists.
Added to this are high inflows of tourism going to, coming from, or in transit, to visit the famous Cinque Terre. The area also has the highest concentration of second homes in Italy.
The Port of La Spezia has 500 large cruises annually, with a maximum capacity from 2,000 to 6,000 passengers.
Urban outlet concept and modern architecture
Approximately 19,000 m2 of GLA (including restaurants and services)
Liu Jo Uomo