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The medieval village of Apricale (607 citizens, / 291 mt a.s.l.) is situated in Bordighera and Ventimiglia hinterland, 13 km from the beach. In its lucky position is the lyes the origin of its name, which comes from « apricus », exposed to sun. But the main feature of this town, that always enchantes its visitors, is the scenographic landscape of the houses, that resemble a stone fall over the hills, from the Castle on top of it all. This extraordinary view is unique (althought there is plenty of « stone villages » in the area of Liguria) was celebrated by poets and writers, and painted by famous artists, that contributed to make Apricale a place always populated and beloved by artists.
Apricale was elected as the most beautiful village of Liguria. Also, it belongs to the group of about sixty villages named «Most beautiful villages in Italy


Dolceacqua (Sweetwater) is a medieval village in the Nervia Valley, running along the namesake river. The eldest side, overawed by Doria’s Castel, is called « Terra » (Ground), and it is placed under Monte Rebuffao ; the modern side is named Village » and is placed on the other side, beside the road rising over the valley. In the middle of Fifteenth Century the growth of population gave birth to the new district of Borgo, beyond Nervia river ; the two sides of the town where conjucted by an elegant bridge, made up of a single arch 33mt large. This bridge was described by Claude Manet in 1884 as a « jewell of beauty », along with the group of houses in Terra and the Doria’s Castel.
Under the town of Terra there is Sant’Antonio Abate parish and its angular square tower, build in ‘400, that became the bell tower. The ancient building was restored in baroque style and it is rich in interior decorations ; it shields the polyptych of Santa Devota, painted in 1515 by Ludovico Brera, master of the pictorial current of the area between Liguria and Nice.


The tiny town of Seborga is placed in the hinterland between Ospedaletto and Bodighera, 20 km from Sanremo. It belongs to the Intermelia or Imperia Mountain Community. During the Fifties it claims its indipendence from Italian Republic, as it was considered a princedom before Italian Unit War. The citizens of Seborga elect a Prince which has only a symbolic power (since mayt 14th 1963)


Bussana Vecchia (Bussanna Vegia in ligurian dialect) is a village on the hills close to Sanremo. The town was partially destroyed by a brutal earthquake on february 23rd 1887, so the people moved from what is now called Old Bussana to the New Bussana, which is about 3km away. Bussana Vecchia was completely abandoned up to the end of Fifties, when a group of italian and foreign artist came back to live there, actracted by the peculiarity of that place, and refurbished the less damaged buildings. Today Bussana Vecchia hosts an international artists comunity, along with artisan workshops and restaurants and it is known as a village of artists in a medieval landscape.


Triora district is situated in Argentina Valley and it is the widest municipality in Imperia’s area. It is part of the Mountain Comunity of Argentina Armea also called Imperia 2. The main center goes from Saccarello mountain down to the valley floor basin, where Argentina river flows. Triora is about 47km from Imperia.


The longest bike lane in Europe goes by Hotel Napoleon. Its peculiarity lies in the proximity to the sea and the very contact with nature, far from the city smog and noise. It can be covered by bike, skates or just walking.


Nestled into the hills right in front of the sea, it is 30km far from Sanremo, it was completely restored with competence and good taste, safeguarding the original features of the village, that is considered one of the most beautiful in Italy. Cervo al mare is also famous for its classical music concerts.


Hotel Napoléon is 35 km away from Monte-Carlo, 20 minutes by highway. Monaco Principality, or Monecarlo is an indipendent State. Its history actually starts from Thirteenth Century. On june 10th 1215 the genoese family Ghibellini placed the first stone of the fortress that became Prince Palace. To recall inhabitants, the Lords of the Cliff agreed to give lands and tax exemptions to new arrivals. For 700 years Monaco’s history has been strongly connected to Grimaldi’s family, that in 1997 celebrated its presence in the Principate. Every year Montecarlo guests the Formula 1 Grand Prix, an extraordinary car race known world wide