Imperia/Porto Maurizio Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Roof terrace, 6, Bedrooms with histor. Roof
The entrance to the house is reached through enchanted streets with a small terrace to the house. From the hallway (1 sofa bed, wardrobe, table and chairs) to get to the bedroom (historic vaulted ceiling, double bed, extra bed) and the bathroom (shower, washbasin, washing machine). A staircase leads to the kitchen living area: Front Kitchen (1 Refrigerator, gas stove, crockery cupboards with crockery, pots, pans, plenty of cutlery, glasses, cups, kettle, coffee maker, sink) leading into the living area (large pull-out dining table, several chairs , couch, coffee table, very cozy Next up it goes to the terrace with a fantastic view to the sea and the olive groves, everything seems dreamlike.. romantic house and surroundings There is also a private car park, walk a little way to . reach The neighbors are very friendly and always give advice or provide tourists with information.
Holiday with a difference, hist house, stunning views. Suitable even for several people with children. Since you do not live right on the coast, sleep is guaranteed and barely perceptible noise, other than birds, roosters, sometimes motorcycles, but atmosphere to relax and breath. Evening to sit on the terrace by candlelight and wine, surrounded by a fairy tale setting is a special treat. Or a moonlight stroll on the beach, or stroll through the many winding streets to the harbor. Incidentally, the port is in the meantime grown to the largest marina in the Mediterranean, interesting to see! In the new part of Imperia (Imperia-Oneglia) are more shops of all kinds to find a spaghetti museum and above the Villa Grock, the great clown Grock. You can also visit this historic unconventional building. This is only a sample of the variety of attractions in this region, more details in the local tourist office!
Self if you will: As an alternative to hotel holiday, this holiday apartment historical culture, tranquility and a very special atmosphere: if you want a self-catering or you can go out to dinner to Imperia, about 1.5 km away. Of course, also offer a variety of places surrounding restaurants and cafes. Cooking can containing gas (gas bottle) and serve on the upper or lower terrace or in the living room at the large dining table. Nature offers a wide variety of fresh herbs, vegetables, fresh fish, meat and sun-soaked fruit. Also, everything can be bought in the markets, in the Market Hall or in the supermarkets or 'mom and pop shops'. The wine of the region is especially recommended, as well as the most aromatic cheese and last but not least the famous olive oil of the region of Liguria.
The provincial capital of Imperia: Magnificent surroundings, Imperia owes its name to the river Impero, that separates the Oneglia of Porto Maurizio. At one time hostile to each other, both districts form a single community today. Closely nestled against the foothills Parasio, Porto Maurizio was an important economic center since the Middle Ages and owned by the Benedictine monks until it was given the status of a free city.
The Oneglia, instead, founded after 1000 was first a fief of the Bishop of Albenga, was then sold to the Genoese Doria family and arrived in 1576 at Savoy. The rivalry between the two centers was expressed for centuries in a highly commercial competition, in family feuds and different administrative mechanisms, Porto Maurizio was faithful to Genoa, Oneglia was however on the side of Savoy. It was not until 1923 did these rivalries thoroughly overcome, as the town hall was built at a location geographically
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm