Virginia Hotel in Diano Marina
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Diano Marina, located near the French Riviera and the Principality of Monaco, is the ideal starting point if you want to visit charming places.
Cervo: A large estate which belonged to the Clavesana family during medieval times. The castle, which today is the headquarters of the Ponente Ethnographic Museum, was commissioned by the family. The town is set on the cliff edge overlooking the sea and still boasts its medieval layout to this day. (Distance: 1 km)
Apricale: the castle looms over the lovely old town center composed of old stone houses arranged along a steep incline, during the summer months it is transformed into a well-known outdoor theater. (Distance: 76 km)
Balzi Rossi: in Ventimiglia, one of the most important archeological sites in Liguria. The spectacular caves overlooking the sea were home to man 200 thousand years ago, the finds are housed at the Prehistoric Museum. (Distance: 60 km)
Badalucco: an old fortified estate, its alleys are decorated with modern sculptures, ceramics and murals created by artists such as Agenore Fabbri, Treccani, Salino and many others. A veritable outdoor art exhibit. (Distance: 48 km)
Dolceacqua: typical Ligurian town rich in archeological finds. The Doria Castle and the Bridge of Monet, the subject of many of the French painter's landscapes, are worth visiting. (Distance: 69 km)
The Gardens of Hanbury Villa, in Ventimiglia: eighteen acres of beautiful gardens. (60 km)
Sanremo with its old town, la Pigna, the famous Casino and the new shopping street in Viale Matteotti. (Distance: 43 km)
Seborga: a town in the Ligurian hinterland which was awarded the seal of quality for tourism and the environment by the Touring Club of Italy. Many festivals and cultural events take place here: Notte Biancazzurra, the Festival of the Principality, the Beer Fest and the Festival of Saint Bernard, the town's patron saint. (Distance: 59 km)
Triora: a town with a "noir film" feel, known as the "town of the witches" because of a famous witch trial which took place here in 1587 and which ended with the conviction of a group of local women found guilty of causing the impending famine. The medieval town is an art must-see; the collegiate church of Our Lady of the Assumption and the oratory of Saint John the Baptist are worth visiting. (Distance: 66 km)
The Toirano Caves: the Toirano caves, located in the province of Savona, are famous for the variety of stalactite and stalagmite shapes, for their size, for the care with which the guides describe the tourist itinerary which is over a kilometer long. (Distance: 36 km) Genoa Aquarium: the Genoa Aquarium is the largest aquarium in all Italy. Worthy of note: the five large tanks, which host dolphins, sharks, seals, manatees and turtles, as well as other types of fish and can be viewed from both floors of the aquarium. (Distance: 112 km)
Bussana Vecchia: the violent earthquake of February 23, 1887 destroyed a great part of the town, which up to that point was known as "Bussana", to such an extent that it was completely evacuated. The inhabitants moved approximately three kilometers further downhill and founded the town of Bussana Nuova. Completely abandoned for decades, in the late fifties Italian artists and foreigners returned to Bussana Vecchia, they renovated the town and made the buildings which were only partially damaged once again habitable. It is now home to an international community of artists, with artisan's workshops and a few food courts. Throughout the years, it has become a picturesque "artist village" set in a medieval town. (Distance: 41 km)
Nice: the impressive list of 4-star luxury hotels, international restaurants and a variety of night clubs are a testament to how popular this colourful city is with tourists. The Promenade des Anglais is the most famous promenade in the world, and here every year people stroll, run or simply enjoy the sight of the blue ocean on the one side and the beauty and charm of luxury hotels such as the Negresco and the Palais de la Mediterranee or the famous Ruhl Casino on the other. (Distance: 93 km)
Mentone: a picturesque, sunny city where tranquility and purity meet culture and folklore. A peaceful, colourful and a popular destination, particularly for Italian tourists who appreciate all the luxury and charm of the French Riviera and the Principality of Monaco. (Distance: 73 km)
Roquebrune Cap Martin: History, legends, romantic restaurants and luxury hotels: a magnificent medieval town. Its unique location makes it easy to reach from Mentone and Monaco and, thanks to the latter's influence, Roquebrune boasts first-rate tourist reception with high-class hotels and restaurants, as well as the romantic old town which makes it a perfect place for romantic dinners. Roquebrune also has a lovely sea and breathtaking cliffs.
Eze Village: this eclectic tourist destination is popular all year long as travelers appreciate the unique and rare location and its ancient architecture. The favoured destination of those who love to blend the exclusiveness of luxury structures with the local culture and tradition. (Distance: 83 km)
Principality of Monaco – Montecarlo: without a doubt the favoured destination of those who love the "good life" and the wish to treat themselves to an infinite variety of luxury services. In Monte Carlo you can have a dream holiday thanks to the countless exclusive services offered such as casinos, sports cars, limousines, yacht charters and other luxury pastimes. (Distance: 80 km)
Villefranche sur Mer: A peaceful, picturesque town. Climb the long staircases which lead to boutiques, shops and restaurants, or go for a romantic stroll were in 1983 Sean Connery, as James Bond, shot a few scenes of the timeless Never say never again. One of the most fascinating tourist attractions is the Cittadella, a magnificent military outpost which once protected the gulf from sea incursions. (Distance: 92 km)
Cap Ferrat: the residential area has a characteristic village, whereas approximately 500 villas were built in the area behind the peninsula, many of which are very luxurious. Many environmental associations are involved in protecting the peninsula. (Distance: 97 km)
Saint Paul de Vence: the glittering waters of the Mediterranean at its feet, at the base of the Northern Alps we find the medieval village of Saint Paul de Vence. Set on its very own promontory and sheltered by its bastions, it is without a doubt one of the loveliest towns of the French Riviera. This little bit of Provence attracts creative types: sensitive and talented souls from all over the world settle here or meet at the fabulous "Colombe d'Or" inn. (Distance: 112 km)
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