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Sanremo Surroundings

Nervia Valley:

  • Dolceacqua, with its Doria Castle ruins, the Romanesque bridge, the handicraft shops, the wineries with the tasting of Rossese, the local red wine
  • Apricale, situated on a slope amid olive trees, with its roads decorated with nice mural paintings, the "Lucertola Castle" including a Museum
  • Bajardo, nestled at the summit of a rocky spur with an exceptional view of the Ligurian and Maritime Alps
  • Pigna, ricca di interessanti opere d'arte
  • Seborga, on another panoramic plain, a miniature "principality" with a complex story, well-known for the mimosa-growing

Argentina Valley:

  • Molini di Triora e Triora, known as the town of witches as a result of a witch trial held in 1558 with its records kept in the local Museum of Witchcraft and Rural Lifestyle
  • Taggia, old village rich in medieval and Baroque monuments such as the Monastery of San Domenico

Then, the promontory of Mortola, near Ventimiglia, hosts the "Villa Hanbury Gardens", 18 hectares of splendid subtropical plants from all over the world, and the "Balzi Rossi", the most important Ligurian archaeological area where man lived in spectacular caves dug in cliffs falling sheer to sea during the Paleolithic Era; traces of these cave dwellers are preserved in the Prehistoric Museum. And also Bordighera, the palm town, Bussana Vecchia, rebuilt by Italian and foreign artists after it was destroyed by an earthquake, Cervo, characteristic fishermen village with its beautiful cathedral that hosts the summer stage for the International Chamber Music Festival on its parvis. Finally, Imperia with its Olive Oil Museum, awarded the European Prize "Museum of the Year 1993".





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