Sanremo IM, Italy

Sanremo IM, Italy

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Living in paradise: Sanremo's seaside charm

A favorite destination on the Italian Riviera, Sanremo is a charming town beside the Ligurian Sea. It's known for its upscale boutiques, cosmopolitan dining, and lively bars, as well as a wealth of historic sites and cultural institutions throughout the centuries-old town. Along the scenic waterfront, you'll find plenty of sandy beaches for swimming and sunbathing, while more adventurous visitors can get some quick mountaineering in on the wooded slopes of the nearby Maritime Alps. Your Sanremo vacation rental will put you close to major landmarks like the Casino Municipale di Sanremo and the Villa Ormond.

Musical Sanremo—anything but the same old song and dance

Audiophiles will find plenty to like about Sanremo—the annual Sanremo Music Festival draws music lovers from around the world every February, and you can watch as amateur singers compete for the top prize. Of course, listening to music can work up an appetite, and you might need to take a quick trip to explore the restaurants and shops lining downtown Sanremo's charming, narrow streets. You'll find a number of beaches in the area, too, and you'll definitely want to make time for some serious swimming, sunbathing, or boating on the shores of the Mediterranean.

Take a chance on me: Sanremo's gaming and beyond

Feeling lucky? Then check out the Casino Municipale di Sanremo, where you'll find everything from poker and roulette to upscale dining and a rooftop bar at the Sanremo Casino, all housed in a striking art nouveau building dating from 1905. After that, you and your winnings can head over to the Museo Civico, where you can see permanent collections and rotating exhibits focusing on painting, sculpture, and archaeological artifacts from around the region. At the Villa Ormond, you can arrange to tour the stately 19th-century building, then stroll through the landscaped gardens and olive grounds surrounding the property.

Sanremo's weather—oh, those summer nights

Sanremo has a Mediterranean climate, with warm-to-hot summers, and mild winters with plenty of rainfall. Average highs during the summer months peak around 82 degrees in July and August. Average winter temperatures range from 44 to 56 degrees in January and February. A popular destination for warm-weather visitors, you'll find that summer is usually the busiest—and the priciest—time of year in Sanremo, and you'll generally be more likely to snag a deal on a Sanremo vacation rental during the cooler, wetter months between October and February.

Stellar sights in scenic seaside Sanremo

Sanremo sits along the Ligurian Sea in the northern Mediterranean, a few towns east of the French border. Along the waterfront you can find broad, sandy beaches and rocky shoreline, as well as a number of harbors and bays. Although the town itself rests on a low-lying coastal plain, you'll find the foothills of the Maritime Alps just north of your Sanremo vacation rental. The mild waters of the Ligurian Sea are a haven for countless species of marine life, and nature lovers should keep an eye out for whales and dolphins just off the coast.