Hotel apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Our 2 bedroom apartment is situated a couple of kilometers away from the “hustle and bustle” of Alassio with a stunning view of the only island on the Ligurian coast “ the Gallinara”. Immersed in a park of 80,000 square metres of pine, cypress and olive trees, geraniums and bouganvilles are 16 apartments, which can accomodate from 2 to 6 people completely renovated in a classical ligurian style, all with sea view.

The 2 bedroom apartment is part of this complex and complete with kitchenette, TV, digital SAT, telephone, AC, heating, free wireless wi-fi,balcony and big terrace where you can have great lunches and dinner with the family.It has 1 bedroom with 2 single beds and 2 living rooms. Each living room has a sofa bed that becomes 2 single beds at night .Please note that the Liguria apartments are located above the coastal road so you might experience some noise when staying on the balcony . Since we have soundproof windows and a/c inside the apartment the noise level is minimal . Please visit our website http://www.alassioholiday.it for a more detailed description about this property

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Baba Beacg 200 m
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 3 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Genova 70 km, Nearest railway: Alassio 5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Air conditioning, Video player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden, Private tennis court
Access Parking, Wheelchair users
Further details indoors

The 2 bedroom has been furnished with high quality furniture and double glazed windows assure the tranquillity and privacy.The kitchenette is fully furnished and allows guests to cook at their leisure .Bathrooms are very spacious.

Our balconies and terraces will allow you to have great views when have a "campari aperitivo" at sunset!

Further details outdoors

The apartments are located in a vacation park full of mediterranean vegetation (olive,carrub pine and cypress trees).

They overlook a beach where you can rent umbrellas and chairs or access the free public part.

The beach ,which is 100 m away from the apartments,can be reached thru and underpass to avoid crossing the costal road.

Further details

Please add 50 euro final cleaning charge to our rates.

Linen and towels provided

Free welcome pack with local products (oil, vinegar, pesto, etc..).

Free wireless Hi-Fi.

Free parking (in gated area).

If you want to rent beach chairs and umbrella the extra cost is 20 euro.

Extra :breakfast a la carte at the bar around 4 euro.

Extra :dinner a la carte at restaurant around 20 euro.

To confirm a reservation we require a 30% deposit that can be paid by credit card (no Amex) You can send the details via email or call us up .You can also make a bank transfer to Monti e Mare SRL IT71V0306949250100000014150

The Italian Riviera region

The Ligurian region and, in particular, the Western Riviera offers a vast choice of activities to satisfy even the most demanding of visitors, from the casinos of Sanremo and Montecarlo, to the charm of ligurian seaside villages to excursions in nearby towns and historical sites.

Liguria is an Italian region of 1,614,841 inhabitants, situated in the north-west of the Italian peninsula and whose capital is the city of Genoa. The region is bathed from the Ligurian Sea to the south, to the west is bordered by France to the north Piedmont and Emilia Romagna and south-east of Tuscany.

The region enjoys a Mediterranean climate, but not uniformly: it reflects the fact uneven morphology of its territory largely mountainous, open sea on a very hot compared to its relatively high latitude. Summer is moderately warm daytime temperatures usually exceed 30 ° C only 3/4 times in a whole month of July, but they are tempered by sea breezes.

Tourism is one of the most important economic activity for the region Liguria, mild climate ii landscapes known as Portofino, Cinque Terre, Porto Venere, diversification of tenders: the many possibilities and wine, the different types of landscape, attracting tourists from both the 'Italy and from abroad, both in summer and in winter thanks to the excellent climate in fact, as the majority of tourists takes place in the summer, where you can enjoy the many miles of beaches and bathing services.

Tourism in Liguria offers many cultural and impromptu (exhibitions, conferences, festivals and celebrations, and visiting villages and historical sites, without neglecting the Aquarium which is among the largest in Europe as well as the Centre town with its Caruggi charm to be discovered.

Alassio

Alassio is one of the most famous holiday resorts on the Western Ligurian Riviera.

It is in the province of Savona and it is a stretch of land squashed between the sea and the hills, with a splendid green bay opening onto the sea

The Albenga area

Albenga, Ventimiglia and I go with that is one of three Roman cities of western Liguria, has the best-preserved historic center of western Liguria. The old town retains its compact medieval construction in fact, the sole of the Roman center, with houses built and the famous towers. Located in the wider maritime plain of Liguria, in the middle of a wide bay with a sandy beach at the mouth of the River Centa, has six fractions (Bastia, Campochiesa, Leca, Lusignan, Salea, San Fedele) and an area of ??36.5 sq km . The second largest city of the Province of Savona after the capital, combines its role as an important market in fruit and vegetables and flowers and plants with his vocation to the beach tourism and historical-cultural. Albenga is Episcopalian (Diocese Albenga-Imperia), its patron saint is Saint Michael, celebrated on September 29, but the city is also devoted to Our Lady of Pontelungo, which he dedicated to the celebration and commemoration of the July 2.

Depart from the plain four valleys leading inland along the course of streams Lerrone, Arroscia, Pennavaire and Neva. The Lerrone, the westernmost, is in its initial section ordered fields and old villages well restored that frame the now famous golf courses (Garland). After Casanova, and the towns of worth and Vellego climb up to reach the Ginestro (677 m) from which you can get to see the promontory of Varigotti, distant as the crow flies fifty kilometers. From the pass you can go down the valley inland empire or even in Val Merula close to Stella. The basin is very suggestive Arroscia, which originates from Mount Frontè (2152 m), whose main center is Pieve di Teco, once a meeting point between the communities of Piedmont and Liguria for the exchange of products. Climbing the Val Pennavaire you reach the 1279 meters of the pass, meet and High Caprauna, the lake of glacial origin from which you depart the paths for the Monte Dubasso (1538 m). Going up the Neva, through Cisano and the castle of Conscente you get to Zuccarello, with its ancient arcades, still climbing, you reach the junction leading to Castelvecchio di Rocca Barbena and then plateau of Bardineto, continuing along the Neva Valley (which was an ancient salt route, well defended by towers and castles) meet Erli and higher, including beech and chestnut trees, and after Cerisola Gazzo, the passage of S. Bernard, known to the source, which flows there. Here you can descend into Val Tanaro. For those who enjoy bird watching is interesting excursions along the mouth of Centa, the Arroscia and in the area of ??Villanova. Off between Albenga and Alassio, lies the Gallinara Island, so named by the Romans because once full of wild hens. In it are the remains of a Benedictine abbey that was rich and powerful in the Middle Ages. You can also see the cave where he took refuge S. Martin, bishop of Tours city of France in the fourth century to escape persecution of the Arians. In July 1998 he was placed on the seabed near the island the statue of Christ the Redeemer.