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imperia is divided into two zones: oneglia and porto maurizio 2 km west. Porto maurizio has two nice boardwalk: borgo foce and borgoprino ( you can park easily here) and a promontory (parasio) within walking distance. Parasio is full of beautiful buildings and monuments.
Great place for a stop-over on the 2ay to France. We enjoyed wandering around the old town with amazing architecture and beautiful views of sea and hills. Doesn't feel too touristy either. Definitely want to come back with more time.
The port area is nice with lots of restaurants, calm and quiet. Sone mini supermarkets with the things you need the most, long walk to the real supermarkets.
Beaches are mostly payed for. Tiny public beach with sand and shower.
A nice and quiet place...More
Wonderful Porto Maurizio. Fantastic climate good beaches and great food. Don't miss the Santa Chiara church and cloisters, olive oil museum, small fisherman hamlets, Nero di Seppia restaurant, vintage boat show in September, festivals in surrounding villages and much more. Just 1hrs drive from Montecarlo...More
Full of little alleys coming out into nice views there is a route around the town however apart from the 17 poinrs to visit there are no signs. Note to imperia, put a little arrow to the next number. Nice to walk around
After a week of aggressive sight seeing in France, we arrived here And slowed down for a couple of days. The town was cute, the beach wAs perfect for the kids (clean, clear and with fun waves that were not dangerous for the kids) and...More
This is a lovely area to walk around or sit with a cold beer/coffee and watch the world go by. You can walk around the marina and gaze at the vast array of small yachts and large superyachts. It is a 20 minute walk from...More
I visited Potto Maurizio several times and am going to continue. The place has its oun charm. You can spend your time on some beaches, both free of charge and chargged. The amazing old town, nice parks, good restaurants and bars. You can walk or...More
Map Location of the New Train Stations (23 Replies)
There are new train stations in Imperia, Diano Marina and Andora just opened in December, 2016. This is part of the railroad replacing the old coastal one track system that goes back to the 1800s. In its usual clueless fashion, there is nothing on the Trenitalia website about the location and facilities at these stations. I am especially interested in WHERE the new Imperia station is located. I suspect it will be equally inconvenient to get to the waterfront in Oneglia and Porto Maurizio. The...More
December 13, 2016|
There are still significant teething troubles at the new station, with some unfinished and non-functioning facilities, and the bus service to Oneglia apparently not yet properly re-arranged. But it has only been open three days. If arriving in the next few days, maybe get a taxi. The walk to Oneglia isn't too bad if you don't have luggage, but Porto Maurizio is very much further. Bordighera to Andora was not doubled until 2001.
Bath, United Kingdom
UK to Imperia, Italy (4 Replies)
Hi, does anyone have a good cheap way of travel to get from the UK to Imperia, Italy? Prefer to fly from Bristol but could do maybe Gatwick or Heathrow, maybe to Paris then get the Eurostar/train down? Could get Eurostar from London but quite expensive? HAs anyone does this trip, is it easy? Some people have said to fly to Paris, train to nice, then change trains to get to Imperia Porto Maurizio?? Any ideas V welcome, thank you
August 11, 2010|
EasyJet Bristol to Nice. Fares sart at ~€33 I believe. Then if you want a car in Italy rent one from the airport in Nice and drive, less than 90 minutes on a good day. Otherwise you can travel by train from Nice.
where to sleep in Imperia porto Maurizio? (1 Replies)
Hi guys I'm going to be in Imperia porto maurizio for the first time. I heard a lot about western italian riviera so we want to take some time off this summer to visit it all. Can you recommend us a nice place where to sleep and relax ? I didn't read nice feedbacks about hotels , what you guys think? Any suggestion ? thanks !