Liguria flavours, climate and charm on the edge of the Mediterranean sea
Between sea and mountains, Sunêlia Villagio Dei Fiori welcomes you to a 3.66-hectare site brimming with flowers and greenery on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, in the heart of the San Remo holiday town in Liguria.
It offers a typically Italian atmosphere in a setting of large pines and eucalyptus trees, with views over the turquoise waters of a rocky coast strewn with inlets.
San Remo, capital of the Italian Riviera
San Remo is one of the 4 Italian cities with a casino, built in1905, testifying to its great tourist tradition. Its pleasant and mild climate practically never changes over the course of the year, and is a major asset in addition to the multiple attractions that have built the reputation of this little town situated on the border with France. These include: the city’s old district, La Pigna, with its hillside houses and steep streets; the multiple palaces that bear witness to the rich history of a commercial city, such as Devachan Castle, Bellevue Palace, Borea d'Olmo Palace, La Villa Nobel etc.; its religious buildings like San Siro church, the Sanctuary and the Russian orthodox church. At any rate San Remo is a vibrant city, rich in music and colour, illustrated by its very famous song festival, namely “il Festival della canzone italiana” established in 1951.
Activities and visit ideas for all the family!
A holiday in Villaggio dei Fiori offers a chance to explore an extremely rich and varied region: Take a trip on the Franco-Italian Riviera from Monaco to Genoa; go for a walk or bike ride in the unspoiled mountain areas culminating at 1300 m right above the city, such as the San Romolo-Monte Bignone nature park; hike in the Vallée des merveilles; enjoy a sea trip along the Liguria coast; go for a bike ride along a Voie Verte route on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea; tasting gastronomic specialities…or simply relax facing the blue of the Mediterranean Sea. The choice is yours!
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Direct access to the Italian sea, two steps away from France and Monaco