The villa is situated in the most beautiful location of Liguria that offers a breath-taking view of the sea at only 500m to downtown beaches and 10min. by walk to the city centre with a lot of shopping facilities. The furnishings are exquisite and the atmosphere very cozy.
The villa of 500sqm is composed by 4 levels:
1. on the basement: gym area;
2. on the ground floor: hall with fireplace, dining room with direct access to the terrace and garden, room with TV and upright piano, kitchen (equipped with everything you need including microwave oven and dishwasher), pantry with washing machine, 1 bathroom (only water-basin-bidet);
3. on the first floor: 1 double bedroom, 1 single room, 2 bedrooms with twin beds (each has the pullout bed), 3 bathrooms, one with shower and two with bathtub, 1 bedroom (unfurnished and curtained off);
4. on the attic floor: large hall, 1 double room, 1 single room, 1 bathroom with shower.
Liguria is a coastal region of north-western Italy; its capital is Genoa. The region is popular with tourists for its beaches, towns and cuisine.
The two sides of the coast (West and East of Genoa) are called “Riviere”.
The western one is also known as Riviera delle Palme (Riviera of the Palms) and Riviera dei Fiori (Riviera of the flowers), in the province of Imperia. It includes towns such as Ventimiglia, which is a few kilometers from the French border with its famous Hanbury Botanical Garden: a large park where numerous varieties of flowers even of exotic species are growing.
The city of Sanremo is in this side of the coast, this town is famous for the bike race Milan-San Remo (in March) and as a strategic starting point to visit the French Riviera. Sanremo is also famous for the Italian Song Festival and the Casinò.
The West coast offers seaside destinations like Alassio, Varazze (famous surfing destination), Finale and small villages in the hinterland: Borgio Verezzi and Dolceacqua. In this area also Toirano caves, the oldest caves in Italy.
Imperia is a coastal city and comune in the region of Liguria, Italy.
The city is well known for its cultivation of olives and flowers. There is an indoor pool which is known as Piscina Felice Cascione which is very famous and hosts various international and national aquatics events.
There are two historical districts in the city, Oneglia and Porto Maurizio, which lie on either sides of the Impero River, origin of the city’s name. Porto Maurizio is located on the west of the Impero River on a peninsula and stretches along the coast. It is quite a wealthy and colorful district which has many narrow winding lanes. The economy of this district is mainly dependent on tourism. Oneglia lies on the other side of the river and has a port. This district is more industrial and modern in nature. The center of this district is the Dante Square around which the other parts have developed.
In Porto Maurizio are so important the beautiful cathedral of San Maurizio and Parrasio which is the old town in Porto Maurizio. This beautiful quarter of the city is definitely worth a visit since there are many interesting surprises in store in this part of the city.
One of the most important religious places in Imperia other than the cathedral is the Santa Chiara Convent.