WHY VISIT ALASSIO?
Have a look at the Alassio Tourist Board's website to find out more about art, culture, events, tours, shopping and places of interest in Alassio.
ALBENGA, pre-Roman city, offers tourists a cultural really interesting.
In the historical center of St. Michael's Cathedral which stands on the site of the early Christian, alongside the early Christian baptistery with wonderful mosaics, the museum Ingauno and Roman naval museum, the Diocesan Museum and the tower.
Palazzo Oddo, one of the many noble buildings of the city, hosts an exhibition of Roman glasses among the most comprehensive in the world with the famous blue plate. The scenic walk on the Via Julia Augusta winds through archaeological excavations and the remains of a Roman amphitheater.
You can not 'forget to visit the St. George church (XII century) is filled with frescoes of medieval painting Ligurian more frescoes (1446) with scenes of the Last Judgement.
TO SEE IN ALASSIO AND SURROUNDINGS
Tourism in Liguria
The racecourse at Villanova d'Albenga
The golf course at Garlenda
The "Le Caravelle" aquatic park in Ceriale
The Grotte of Toirano
Genoa: The aquarium, The naval museum and the "Città dei Bambini" (children's town)
The romantic Laigueglia
The medieval village of Cervo
Imperia, the olive museum, the naval museum, the bi-annual Vele d'Epoca (vintage sailing boats) gathering
Sanremo and its casino
DISCOVER THE HINTERLAND
The fascinating hinterland of Liguria is extremely close to the seafront and very easily accessible. It is full of environmental and cultural places of interest and is the ideal destination for those who want to combine their seaside holiday with some hill walking. There are a wide variety of local products including "Pigato Doc" wine, extra virgin olive oil, Ortovero peaches and mountain honey.
Places of interest:
Val Neva and Val Pennavaire: Cisano sul Neva, Zuccarello and Castelvecchio di Rocca Barbena.
Valle Arroscia: Ortovero and Arnasco.
The hills around Alassio: Moglio, Solva and Vegliasco.
THE COTE D'AZUR
The Côte d'Azur is within easy reach via the motorway or the panoramic Via Aurelia, which runs along the seafront and passes through all the seaside towns. You can also get there by train.
Main places of interest: Mentone, Monte Carlo, Nice and Cannes
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The porter can provide general information about the hotel and its services between 9pm and 7am.