Salita Monte Saccarello
Salita Monte Saccarello, 18038 Sanremo IM, Italy
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The Mount Saccarello is a mountain in the Ligurian Alps high 2,201 m. Together with Mount Frontè, the Missun peak, and Mount Bertrand, it forms the knot of Mount Saccarello: an alpine massif, consisting mainly of flyschoid limestone substrates, which characterized by relatively mild morphologies.
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The Municipal Casino is one of the three Italian gambling houses. It is based in the city of Sanremo , in an Art Nouveau building designed by the French architect Eugène Ferret. The Casino was first born as a Kursaal, and initially its building held theatre programmes, concerts and eateries as well as serving as a meeting place for foreigners. From 1927 to 1934 the Casino was managed by Luigi De Santis who proved to be, among other things, a first-rate gamester for its knowledge of the game and
Mount Toraggio is a mountainous relief that rises on the watershed between the Val Nervia and Roia valley, on the border between Liguria and France. Although this relief is located in the mountain range of the Ligurian Alps, the top of the mountain is just over 20 km from the Ligurian Sea as the crow flies, even from its summit, it is possible to see the beaches of Bordighera and San Remo.
The Hanbury botanical gardens are located on the Mortola promontory, on the Ligurian coast, a few kilometers from the French border. They occupy an area of 18 hectares, included in the municipal area of Ventimiglia. The park of the villa is one of the most famous acclimatization gardens in Europe and the Mediterranean basin.
Balzi Rossi is a toponym given to a beach, a museum, and a complex of caves in which, starting from the second half of the 19th century, numerous artifacts from the Paleolithic era have been discovered. The archaeological site is located near the Grimaldi hamlet of Ventimiglia, a short distance from the border crossing of Ponte San Ludovico between Italy and France. IT was one of the iconic attractions in this area and attracts a lot of tourists.
The Villa Grock is a villa built by Adrian Wettach, world-famous clowns known as " Grock ", originally known as the "White House". It is located in Imperia in the hamlet of Oneglia and was the residence of the Grock family in the first half of the 20th century. The garden has been open to the public since its renovation in 2006. The house and gardens are characterized by the artist's personal taste, with a particular Art Deco accent, but also show oriental and historicist influences.
The Colle di Nava - simply said with Nava - is a crossing of the Ligurian Alps, located in the municipal territory Pornassio, province of Imperia, which connects the valley Arroscia and the Tanaro Valley. On the pass there is an inhabited center, Nava, divided into two hamlets, almost joined together: Colle di Nava - on the summit - and Case di Nava, 500 meters from the summit on the side of the Tanaro valley . 4 km from the summit, on the side of the Tanaro valley in Ponte di Nava, is the bord
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The Liguria region is a destination recommended both for those who like relaxation and for dynamic people: with its jagged land, its hills, peaks and cliff-hanging villages, is the ideal spot for hiking or bicycling, diving or paragliding, as well as visiting villages rich in history.