Exit the motorway at VENTIMIGLIA. Take the road to FRANCE (Menton-Monaco-Nice) till you get to LATTE and Conad Supermarket, proceed for another 100 meters until you reach the traffic island, turn left - direction (Menton-Monaco-Nice) - proceed for 200 meters - first gate on the right is us.
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VENTIMIGLIA - Very important architecturally and historically is the ancient medieval city centre, perched on a hill overlooking the new town. The municipal library has the second largest collection of manuscripts and books written during the 17th century in Italy (the biggest collection is in Venice). Particularly popular all year is the Friday street market, which takes place along the seafront of the new town.
INLAND - where the mountains meet the sea, in a region called Liguria, can be found the valley Nervia. The valley moves up from the sea roughly north, and as it rises, you go on a journey through history, taking in the many villages dotted along the river as it runs down to the shore (Pigna, Dolceacqua, Isolabona, Apricale).
BORDIGHERA - Historically, it has been a favourite winter resort, especially for visitors and retirees from England, and is renowned for its beautiful coast scenery. Its flowers and palms have been well known, with the flowers having been exported and the palms used on Palm Sunday at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome and other churches. A museum contains a unique collection of the flora of the Riviera.
SANREMO - Founded in Roman times, the city is best known as a tourist destination on the Italian Riviera. It hosts numerous cultural events.
The Ariston Theater hosts the celebrated annual Sanremo Music Festival, a very popular song contest held in the city since 1951. Sanremo is the finish of the classic Milan – San Remo (held in March) cycle race (298 km), one of the five 'Monuments' of the cycling season.
MENTONE is famous for its gardens, including the Jardin botanique exotique de Menton, the Fontana Rosa, and the Maria Serena garden.
The Lemon Festival takes place every February. The Casino Gardens are decorated in the theme of the festival, using lemons to cover the exhibits, and huge temporary statues are built and covered with citrus fruit. The Menton Classical Musical Festival is also held every year in the centre of the old town.
ROQUEBRUNE CAP MARTIN comprises several villages and towns: St.Roman, practically a suburb of Monaco, the residential areas of Cabbé, Bon Voyage and Serret, Roquebrune with its perched village and château, the posh Cap Martin peninsula and the modern seaside resort of Carnolès with its long pebble beach bordering Menton.
MONACO MONTE-CARLO two words which evoke a magical dream world... Monaco's exceptional location, its gardens, its athletic and cultural events, just to mention a few: The Grand Prix of Monaco, The Monte Carlo Rally, The Monte-Carlo Masters tennis tournament.
Its Museums & Monuments: such as Palais de S.A.S. le Prince de Monaco, Monaco Cathedral, the Oceanographic Museum, Eglise Sainte Dévôte, Stamp and Coin Museum, Jardin Exotique.
Designed by Charles Garnier, the Monte-Carlo Casino was dedicated from the outset to the art of gaming...
ÈZE - the small medieval village is famous worldwide for the view of the sea from its hill top (427 metres /1,401 ft above sea level), and for its beauty and charm. The oldest building in the village is the Chapelle de la Sainte Croix and dates back to 1306.
Its many shops, art galleries, hotels and restaurants attract a large number of tourists and honeymooners.
NICE - Its strategic location and port significantly contributed to its maritime strength. For years it was an Italian dominion, then became part of France in 1860.
The city’s main seaside promenade: the Promenade des Anglais. The city has a university, several business districts and some major cultural facilities, such as museums, a national theatre, an opera house, several concert halls and casinos.
It also has the second busiest airport in France after Paris.
CANNES is one of the best-known cities of the French Riviera, a busy tourist destination and host of the annual Cannes Film Festival. The city is also famous for its various luxury hotels and shops. La Croisette is known for picturesque beaches and for restaurants, cafés and boutiques. La Suquet, the old town, provides a good view of La Croisette. The fortified tower and Chapel of St Anne house the Musée de la Castre.
SAINT PAUL DE VENCE - as one of the oldest medieval towns in the French Riviera, it is well-known from its modern and contemporary art museums and galleries such as Fondation Maeght which is located near Saint-Paul de Vence old village.
Saint-Paul is also well known for the artists who have lived there, such as Marc Chagall.
GRASSE - the center of the French perfume industry and is known as the world's perfume capital. It produces over two-thirds of France's natural aromas (for perfume and for food flavourings).
Grasse's main attraction is the Cathedral, dedicated to Notre Dame du Puy and founded in the 11th century. In the interior, are three works by Rubens and one by Jean-Honoré Fragonard.

di Patrizio Biamonti