This is a pretty, 1-bedroom, sea front apartment near three lovely beaches in Porto Maurizio, a beautiful town in Imperia, right in the heart of the Italian Riviera with nearby shops, bars and restaurants. You're greeted in the hallway by a small reception area which also serves as a mini library with many rare books which you can choose to read, plus a writing desk should you need to set yourself up with a little work space whilst on holiday. The living area is quite spacious and features an 18th century closet, liberty sofa, a sofa bed for extra guests and an open plan layout with the dining area which has seating for up to 6 guests. The kitchen is bright and well equipped, including a stove, oven and fridge, with a great view out over the marina. The bedroom is very spacious where you'll be assured a good night's sleep. It is furnished with hand-crafted Italian furnishings, an classic vanity table and a full-length mirror.
Heading west: Heading west will bring you to wonderful towns and cities along the Italian Riviera. San Remo is one such city, known for its cultural events, festivals, great golf courses and for its delicious food markets held on Tuesday and Saturday mornings in the Piazza Eroi Sanremesi where you can pick up some local olive oil and Focaccia as well as many other local delights. Heading further west will bring you to another beautiful town, that of Ventimiglia; the most popular market here is the street market held on Friday mornings. There are also many beautiful sights to see, such as the remains of the Roman amphitheatre on the Plain of Nervia as well as the ancient old town which is perched on the top of the hill that overlooks the new town. Heading further west again will bring you across the Franco-Italian border and officially onto the French Riviera, the Cote d'Azur, with an abundance of seaside town to explore as well as the Principality of Monaco.
This is a great studio apartment which faces the beautiful Ligurian Sea, just a few minutes from not one, but three lovely beaches. Also close by you'll find shops, restaurants, bars and local markets, great for a nearby cool drink on a hot day or for picking up groceries. The nearby marina is also very lovely with an impressive display of 1300 berths. Imperia is know for its beautiful flowers and olive trees which is evident on a drive through the surrounding area. Porto Maurizio is one of two main historical districts of Imperia, the other being Oneglia, which sit on opposite sides of the river Impero. Porto Maurizio however is thought to be the prettier of the two, being more vibrant and wealthy and the old town, Paraiso, is very pretty, criss-crossed with narrow, winding streets.
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