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That of wine and olive trees is genuine Liguria, frank and a little shy. Liguria of ocher-colored houses, medieval villages, scents of basil and rosemary. It can be found going up along the valley of the Impero stream, between dry stone walls and ancient oil mills, or towards the hinterland of Diano Marina, continuing to Dolcedo, a delightful ancient village immersed in the olive trees, or Villa Faraldi, in a fascinating labyrinth. of alleys and houses.



A place of exceptional beauty, a true architectural jewel that appears suspended between present and past, with ancient stairways and narrow alleys that suddenly open up to the spectacular square of the baroque church of S. Giovanni Battista. A terrace overlooking the sea, which every summer becomes an extraordinary stage for a chamber music festival of international prestige. One of the “most beautiful villages in Italy”.



The center of Diano Marina is 2.5 km from Camping Rosa. For a day of shopping, an aperitif in the center or for a walk in the large pedestrian area, Diano is the ideal place!


The small village of Diano Castello (4 km from Camping Rosa) still retains its medieval layout, closed between the walls, with its gates and its maze of narrow alleys and all around its countryside.


To better savor the tastes of our territory, Colle degli Ulivi (Diano Marina) offers a walk in the hills among the olive trees tasting their specialties. You will discover the best of typically Ligurian and Mediterranean flavors, with genuine and natural products all at zero km!


Spend unforgettable hours in the enchanting sea view location immersed in the Andora valley. You can choose between different tasting experiences designed to pay homage to conviviality and territoriality. Taste the wines of the Praié and Lupi wineries, accompanied by specialties prepared on the spot with fresh and natural products from the farm.


The Bowling of Diano is the largest permanent amusement park in western Liguria.

It has large outdoor and indoor spaces, within which you can practice various sports and recreational activities. The Bowling di Diano includes: a bowling hall, swimming pool with water slide and solarium, mini golf, two 5-a-side football fields and synthetic grass tennis field, games room with over 50 video games, billiards room, 4 table tennis tables, table football (also in 6 workstations, the only one in the Ligurian west), bars, lounges with large TV screens (with broadcasting of championship and Champions League matches), children’s area, large indoor and outdoor terrace for meetings and birthday parties. Furthermore, inside the center, there is a pizza restaurant with a wood oven and a large outdoor area (external management): the GiraSole


Laigueglia is a small town, but it is equally possible to appreciate the hinterland as well as the sea. Behind the village, the Via Aurelia and the railway, there is the hill with its olive trees and maritime vegetation. For those who love nature, it is advisable to go up, on foot or by mountain bike, to the small village of Colla Micheri , in the municipality of Andora, in the direction of Val Merula . One of the “most beautiful villages in Italy”.


The most exclusive resort on the Riviera delle Palme! After visiting the famous “wall of Alassio” you can go shopping in the hundreds of shops and shops of the famous “budello”.


Albenga is one of the most renowned resorts on the Ligurian coast of Ponente and hosts tourists all year round, thanks also to its beaches and crystal clear sea. The beautiful medieval old town is worth seeing.


Finale Ligure is undoubtedly one of the most popular destinations in Western Liguria. Not to be missed is Finalborgo (an ancient medieval village) and its antiques market, and Castel San Giovanni


Between Ceriale and Albenga there is one of the most beautiful water parks in Italy immersed in the splendid vegetation of the Mediterranean scrub. Among the most exciting attractions, the kamikaze slides, the rapids of the Rio Cattivo and the Aquadance .


Our capital is located just 7/8 km from Camping Rosa. Imperia is the set of two towns: Oneglia, the most commercial and central part, and Porto Maurizio with its port and the historic center of Parasio .


Dolcedo is a medieval village made up of eight villages, each with its own ancient history: in the middle of the stream and five bridges that connect the different hamlets, including the beautiful Ponte Grande. Here the oil tradition is a knowledge that is handed down from father to son. From ancient times to today, oil has been the guiding thread of the village’s economy, so much so that in the 14th century it earned the nickname of “conca d’oro”.


A small village, behind Imperia, where a maximum of 40 people live. This is Valloria, a tiny hamlet of Prelà, perched on a green hill, surrounded by olive trees and totally immersed in a dream setting. The doors of the houses are painted each year by a different artist. A real open-air museum to discover.


An ancient medieval town. It was abandoned after the terrible earthquake of 1887 and returned to be inhabited towards the end of 1950 by Italian and foreign artists who rebuilt the less damaged buildings. Today it is a real “artists’ village” with many typical artisan shops.


Walking along the promenade through the elegant Corso Imperatrice, in the shade of the famous palm trees, you will be fascinated by the luxurious villas and splendid gardens, captivated by the almost regal atmosphere of ancient hotels and elegant restaurants. And after sunset it is impossible to resist the seduction and magic of the Sanremo nights, because here everyone can be protagonists in exciting challenges with the luck of the draw in the Casino which since 1905 has been the undisputed realm of green tables, roulettes and slot machines.


About an hour’s drive away is Dolceacqua: a medieval village in western Liguria characterized by a humpback bridge and the Doria Castle. During the summer, numerous events including the summer carnival in August!



The village of Apricale is located in the hinterland of Bordighera and Ventimiglia. The town has a medieval urban layout of enormous interest, both for its excellent conservation and for its mixed structure, formed by the enveloping central sector or in circles, around the Castle.


Come to Liguria, there is always something to do! Thanks to the mild climate you can enjoy outdoor activities all year round. In spring you will be able to walk on snow and in sea water on the same day. Summer calls for sandy or pebble beaches, dips in streams and high altitude excursions. In autumn it is time for oil, wine and chestnuts in the inland villages. Winter is for skiing or snowshoeing and visiting the sunny towns joined by the cycle path on the sea.