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Bordighera  - 18012 (IM) Italia

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What to see in Bordighera and its surroundings? Discover the most fascinating and unmissable attractions, which you can admire by staying at the Gold Hotel!

What to see in Bordighera, during a pleasant vacation or a romantic weekend?

 

Bordighera is located in the province of Imperia, on the Ligurian coast, on the road that connects Sanremo and Ventimiglia. Known mainly as a seaside resort, it offers a splendid sea, with clear and clear waters, equipped beaches and small rocky coves. Equally pleasant is the climate of Bordighera, particularly mild and temperate, with scarce rains, especially in the summer months. However, even in autumn and winter, the town acquires a great charm, with the coast that is tinged with unique colors, giving a suggestive atmosphere and many opportunities for relaxation for visitors.

 

What to see in Bordighera, if not the blue sea, that you can admire from a particular perspective: that of the bike path that runs along the Lungomare Argentina, or from a boat, in total freedom, taking advantage of the agreements available for rental.

 

But that's not all, because Bordighera is also an excellent gastronomy, entertainment and culture.

 

Impossible not to be enchanted in front of the Pallanca Exotic Garden, the splendid Villa Garnier, and then get lost among the narrow streets of high Bordighera, among shops and typical views.

 

For those wishing to move to the nearby towns, here's what to see in Bordighera and its surroundings: the cities of Sanremo and Ventimiglia, the villages of medieval inland origin, where time seems to have stopped. From here it is easy to move also towards France, towards Nice, Menton and, even further, Cannes and Marseille, for a very special tour.

 

What to see in Bordighera during the year? Do not miss the patronal festival, which is held on May 14 and extends over the next three days, with events, processions and shows in honor of San Ampelio. While the first Friday in August, every year, there is the festival of berlicata, dedicated to berlechin, a typical Bordighera drink, very similar to Spanish sangria.

 

Finally, for those who want to see Bordighera in a different light, that of the Christmas holidays, we recommend a trip to the Christmas markets: among stalls and stands of typical products, it is possible to find real memorabilia, vintage clothing ... and much more.