A short journey along the footseps of the great artists that have immortalized the natural and architectual wonders of the Riviera.
The city of Sanremo is in the middle of one of the most heralded tourist areas of Europe. There is a vast selection of attractions and truly unique activities, including the nearby famous “Costa Azzurra”, the uncontaminated inland area made of up of medieval villages and the Pelagos Marine Mammal Sanctuary.
The principality of Monaco has an ancient city, known as “Rocca”, where you can find the Palazzo del Principe and the impressive Oceanographic museum.
Cervo is a seaside village atop a peak where you find the majestic Corallini church – baroque temple and home to the famous yearly chamber music festival.
The olive museum celebrates the ancient farming tradition that characterizes the mountainsides closest to the Mediterranean.
The jet-set style of this Film Festival city combined with the area’s glamour, famous in the whole world for perfumes, offer the opportunity to
These are the largest botanical gardens in Europe, located in La Mortola. In the gardens, extraordinary rare and exotic botanical species slope down to the sea, one after the other…
The Pelagos Marine Mammal Sanctuary is a protected marine life area between Liguria and Corsica. It is a natural habitat for the Mediterranean’s marine mammals.
The golden age of the “Belle Epoque” left behind unique elements in Sanremo, such as grand noble villas and botanical gardens.
Visit the city of flowers, from the splendors of the “Belle Epoque” to the Empress promenade, the Russian church, the liberty-style Casino,
La Pigna, so dear to the famous author Italo Calvino, with its narrow alleyways and small piazzas, is an unexpected and fascinating corner of the city.