A capital of tourism, with a rich calendar of events, where you can let yourself be spoilt all year round. Between the Casino and the promenade

The Festival of Italian Song, the Tenco Prize, the Giraglia, the Milan-Sanremo race, the Casino: everything happens in Sanremo. But Sanremo is first of all one of the best-known tourist places on the Riviera dei Fiori or Coast of Flowers.
A very famous street is Via Matteotti, called “The Tub”: it is the long pedestrianized street that contains the Teatro Ariston, and the most important and chic street in Sanremo, the one where high-level international shopping is concentrated.

A short way off in Corso degli Inglesi you find the Municipal Casino and the Russian Church, from the late nineteenth century. La Pigna, the primitive nucleus of the city, still alive and pulsating, is a labyrinth of caruggi (alleys) and houses. Special mention must be made of the villas and gardens of Sanremo: Villa Ormond with its park full of exotic plants; Villa Nobel, where Alfred Nobel lived and which today houses the museum of nineteenth-century discoveries and inventions, and Villa Zirio (the home of the Symphonic Orchestra, one of the oldest Italian musical foundations).

For those who love pedalling with a view of the sea, the Cycle Track of Western Liguria affords breathtaking views. It is an oasis suspended between green and blue, between maritime pines and beaches, coasting along the sea for no less than 24 km. You can go along it on foot, on a bicycle, on roller skates or on a skateboard. It is suitable for families with children, with refreshment points and bike rentals. Enjoyable the whole year, it is also endowed with Wi-Fi.

The Ulivi Golf Club is the oldest and most prestigious sporting institution in the city, an 18-hole course among the most popular in Liguria. Portosole is the tourist harbour of the city, with over 900 places for boats.