Liguria: Insider guides (Ultimi inserimenti)
Lace, Merletti, food and local wines
Walking through the old town you can admire the ancient merlettatrici work, taste the typical Ligurian focaccia with a fine wine Ligure.
Olive Museum, Imperia
One of the world's most highly prized olive oils is produced in the countryside of Imperia. To learn more about the history, traditions and products linked to the area's olives, visit thel Museo dell Olivo dell'Olio Carli
Tel. +39 0183 295762
A territory in which sea and land are founded forming a unique and evocative area. 18 kilometers of rocky coastline abounding with abundant bays, beaches and deep sea, surrounded by mountains running parrellel to the coast.
Nero di Seppia
Seafront restaurant serving delicious fish cuisine. The menu varies according to the catch of the day!
Tel. + 39 018 360946
Valloria, the painted doors village
Art lovers can discover 139 works of art: 139 painted doors.
The doors of barns, warehouses and cellars, performed by artists of international fame during the summer festivals that animate Valloria.
Tel. +39 0183 282396
Trattoria Dalla Etta
Typical cuisine of inland Liguria, featuring the aromatic herbs which grow in the hills. In summer meals are served beneath the panoramic pergola overlooking the Maro valley.
Tel. +39 0183 52367
Not many people know that the sea off this stretch of the Ligurian coast is part of the Santuario dei Cetacei, a protected marine park home to dolphins and whales. To see the mammals close up, take one of the boats departing from Imperia.
Tel. +39 010 265712
SHOPPING IN SANREMO
San Remo offers a parade of local shops and elegant boutiques. Along the central Via Matteotti, you will be enchanted by the countless windows that host the most prestigious brands.
Casa della Rocca
a small and intimate restaurant built in an olive mill, offers a different menu every night; high level Ligurian cuisine.
Tel. +39 0183 280138
The naturalistic passion of an English family has created, since 1867 at Ventimiglia, a botanical garden for the acclimatization of plants from many different parts of the world, taking advantage of the favorable position of the area.
Tel. +39 0184 229507
Monet made his first visit to the Riviera at the end of year 1883 together with Renoir.
"... The place is superb, there is a bridge that is a jewel of lightness ..."
Tel. +39 0184 206444
A treasure chest full of nature, culture and art
A visit to Cervara, declared a National Monument in 1912, an abbey full of history and art.
The Cervara today is a center of growth and distribution of goods and cultural activities, in collaboration with global organizations.
Tel. +39 0185 293026
The most famous city of the Levante Ligure
Mountains, with view of the sea
A holiday in the mountains or by the sea? Stay at Borgomaro and enjoy both! Monesi, Liguria's ski resort, is only a 40 minute car drive away.
In Liguria, between Camogli and Portofino, set in a deep bay,
almost a pearl in the rugged coast of Portofino, there is a lovely, small bay, accessible only on foot or by sea.
SANREMO THE BEACHES
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Antico Frantoio Censin da Bea
Occupying an old oil press, the restaurant serves traditional dishes of Liguria and Piedmont prepared with the areas' extra virgin oilve oil, wild game, mushrooms, eels, snails and... frogs!
Tel. +39 335 8212982
Villa Durazzo, a jump back in 1600
Villa Durazzo with its frescoed halls, statues, antique furniture and Murano glass chandeliers, you will relive the glories of an ancient noble family in 1600. Majestically overlooks the seafront on the hill with trees.
Tel. +39 0185 293135
It's the beach restaurant of the Hotel Vis à Vis! We wait for you to try all the best delicacies of the sea and the best Ligurian and Italian cuisine, combined with our selection of strictly Italian wines!
Tel. +39 185 41566
CYCLE PATH / COASTAL PARK
The "Ponente ligure" bike path of the coastal park is one of the longest in the Mediterranean area: it has a total length of 20 km. The route is fully accessible by the pedestrians and cyclists in both directions.