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House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 12 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed

Italy, Riviera, 12 km from San Remo, 30 from Menton, fantastic house in a quiet area, nice view, in a medieval village I rent by the week.

You can walk, go to the sea at 12 kms, to the river at 100 mts, you can visit Dolceacqua, Isolabona, Apricale, or spend a day at the SPA in Pigna ! I Ceriana there are shops, restaurant, a pharmacy, bar and ice cream stands, so if you ant just to relax you can stay here and spend a day near the river !

The house is in the center of Ceriana, 3 bedrooms with 6 beds. It's on 3 floor.

E' un paese dstone house fully restored, very confortable, on 3 floors,

house on 3 floor in center of Ceriana. This house has been fully restored on 2009, and it's fully furnished.

It has an entrance with a kitchen and dining room, on the first floor 2 rooms and 1 bathroom.

One room has a double couch ( for 2 people ) and a fireplace, the other one has a couch that becomes a queen size bed ( for a couple ). The bathroom has a toilet, a basin and a shower.

We've done new works at the shower at it looked like the water came out, now it has been solved.

On the second floor ( average high 1.80 ) a rooms with 2 single beds ( if you wish also a third one ) and a small toilet with a basin.

You'll also find many books in English, German and Italian, some dvd So, if you arrive tired, you can just relax the first evening without going out for dinner !

Ceriana, paese dove si vive bene, tranquillo e pacifico, nel verde delle colline, a pochi km dal mare. Ci sono negozi, ristoranti, una farmacia e un parrucchiere. Potreste non muovervi da qui ma se avete la macchina le località da visitare sono molte e molto belle. A pochi km c'e' Baiardo, da li potete proseguire per Pigna, dove ci sono le Terme o per Apicale, altra località meravigliosa.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach san remo 12 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: nice, france 70 km, Nearest railway: san remo 12 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 4 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided

The North West Italy region

The region of Liguria is a slender strip of land at the top of Italy's boot, curving north-westwards around the Mediterranean, stretching from Tuscany to the French border. This area is often known as the 'Italian Riviera' and its seaside resorts and elegant promenades have attracted sun-hungry northern Europeans for more than a century. The generally rocky coastline rises up to inland mountains which are increasingly steep and high towards the north-west where the Maritime Alps (reaching up to over 2,600m in height) meet the sea. This geography has created a famously mild climate benefiting both tourism and the region's renowned gardens.

The only major city in Liguria, located right in the middle of its coastline, is the historic port of Genoa, once one of the Mediterranean's great powers. The coast to the west of Genoa, dotted with resorts like Sanremo, is known as the western riviera, the Riviera di Ponente. In the other direction, heading southwards to Tuscany, the coast is called the Riviera di Levante, and encompasses the cliffside villages of the Cinque Terre, and the posh harbour Portofino.

The Ligura region is divided into four provinces: Genova (Genoa), Imperia, La Spezia and Savona.

Ligurian food is filling and delicious. The flower-growing region is also famous for its edible produce: olives, peaches, asparagus, artichokes and tomatoes; speciality dishes include pesto - with pasta or even on pizza - and products based on potatoes and chickpeas. Specially recommended is farinata, a tasty snack which is made from chickpeas and which is delicious eaten hot in a takeaway.

Liguria airports and travel

The most convenient budget airports for Liguria are Genoa, Pisa and Nice (a short train trip into France). Good train services run all along the curving coastline, and buses connect the smaller destinations. Although it's quite straightforward to explore Liguria using public transport, touring by car is a good alternative for those wanting to see the entire region. Leisurely progress along the coast makes for an elegant and pleasant vacation.

> Genoa Airport

Liguria tourist destinations

Different types of holiday can be enjoyed in Liguria. As a city destination, Genoa has a lot to offer: historic palazzi and fascinating museums. On the Riviera, closest to France, Sanremo ( 12 are at 12 kms from here ) and Bordighera can be combined well with trips into France and Monaco; there are excellent train and bus connections linking the French Riviera with the Italian Riviera. And all along the Ligurian coast, trips inland will take you to hillside villages, wooded mountains and even winter skiing destinations.

South of busy Genoa, the coast winds through some of Italy's prettiest scenery. Portofino, a tiny harbour town famed for its elegance, sits at the tip of a large promontory; just to the south, Santa Margherita Ligure is a larger, stately resort where palms wave along the esplanade. The coastal route south touches other popular resorts - Rapallo, Sestri Levante - before reaching the famed mountainous coastline of the Cinque Terre. These are five picturesque fishing villages set along the beautiful steep coastline, with plenty of good walks which attract crowds of energetic tourists. Just a little further south, Porto Venere on its rocky headland marks the beginning of the huge coastal indent, the Golfo dei Poeti, haunt of Byron and the Shelleys. The area's largest town, La Spezia, sits across the inside of the bay, on the southern side prettier towns include Lerici (where the Shelleys lived) and San Terenzio.

If you fancy a holiday spread over two, or even three, countries, consider either a several-base holiday, or day trips west of San Remo into France or Monaco.

> Monaco - bizarre and unique principality nestling into France

> Menton, France - pretty resort very close to the Italy-France border

San Remo

Basking on the Riviera dei Fiori – so named for the area's flower-growing industry – San Remo is known as the 'City of Flowers'. Hothouses surround the city, exporting carnations, roses, buttercups and other blooms across Europe and beyond.

San Remo (locally spelt Sanremo) flourished in the 19th century as a resort for Europe's high society, particularly from Russia. Tsarina Maria Alex-androvna (mother of the last tsar, Nicholas II) once held court here, and the remarkable onion-dome church remains as a reminder of San Remo's halcyon days.

The town swarms with high-spirited locals and holidaymakers, especially during its many festivals. It also swarms with scooters. Allegedly, San Remo has more scooters per capita than anywhere else in Italy (which is really saying something). Renting one to chicane along the coast and up into the hinterland is a fun – if hair-raising – way to explore the area.

The ancient heart of San Remo, La Pigna (meaning 'Pine Cone'), is a tight cluster of streets just north of Corso Matteotti, San Remo's main strip.

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15 Apr 2013


"Incredible location!!"

The place is stunning, a small medieval village where it seems to live in a fairytale! The house is big and well mantained, clean, with lots of beds, so perfect for who, like me, wants to travel with a lot of friends, but also for families with children! I really enjoyed staing at this place, I would surely recommend it to anyone!!

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  • French
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  • German
  • Italian

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