• THE PELAGOS SANCTUARY

    The Pelagos Sanctuary for Mediterranean Marine Mammals. This sanctuary came about in 1999 as a result of a collaboration between France (Cote d’Azur and Corsica), Monaco and Italy (Liguria, Tuscany and Northern Sardinia). The area was included in the list of special protected zones under the Barcelona Convention and, as such, recognised by all countries of the Mediterranean area. These

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  • WELCOME TO SANREMO

    Here we are … at Sanremo, the international Mediterranean city ‘par excellence’. Sanremo is the beaming light for tourism and hospitality in the whole of the Riviera dei Fiori. At Sanremo there is everything you could possibly want, but above all a climate with so much sun that it is the envy of all northern

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  • SANREMO: EXCITING AND RELAXING PLACES ARE GUARANTEED

    Let’s think about Sanremo, but not in the usual way. Let’s think of Sanremo and of its historical centre, rich with artistic and monumental treasure. One can head from the flat to Pigna along a number of routes; all help you get to know this fascinating quarter where the original inhabitants of Sanremo settled near

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  • SANREMESE GASTRONOMY: BITE SIZE PORTIONS FROM A DELICIOUS VARIETY

    In general, Ligurian cuisine, and in particular that of the Ponente, has a very recognisable character: no one food has the upper hand over another. Every dish can surprise and be appreciated by every taste; every valley parallel to the coast seems to have its own specific culinary dimension and it could not be easier

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  • THE TAGGIASCA, A QUEEN AMONG OLIVES

    The oil production from Riviera dei Fiori is derived from one type of olive cultivar. The olive groves, found at an altitude between sea level and 600 metres, give a good yeald, starting in November and continuing throughout winter. In the better seasons, olives as late as April and May. The cultivar produces a fruit

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