Alassio

Set on a beautiful bay between the blue sea and the green hills of Alassio is one of the most famous resorts of the Riviera di Ponente.
Frequented by the British in the mid-nineteenth century, is known for its mild climate, with average winter temperatures around 10 degrees and summer with values around 25 for the beach of fine white sand, characterized by a high percentage of quartz and silicates and a very low level of dust, to the shallow and sandy and for its vibrant social and cultural life.
The English who attended have left many traces of their passage: the splendid Art Nouveau villas and palaces built on the coast and in the hills, the Anglican Church, now the container of important cultural events, and the Library. The train station is a building liberty: the waiting room still sofas, chairs and mirrors at the time, as well as a chandelier in Murano glass.
The historic center is characterized by the gut, a typical Ligurian alley that runs through the town parallel to the coast. The gut look dozens of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as historic houses with slate portals, small churches and chapels.
The gut crosses numerous streets, featuring archways and arches placed between the houses, leading to the beach or to the internal streets.
There are many churches that are worth a visit. These include: the Chapel of San Rocco in 1253, the thirteenth-century Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mount seamen, the Sant’Ambrogio church, built in 1400 in Romanesque style in the eighteenth century and then rebuilt in the Baroque style, the church of Santissima Annunziata in Solva that late medieval frescoes, and the ancient church of Sant’Anna ai Monti, erected around 940.
In panoramic position is the church of Santa Croce, built in Romanesque style in the eleventh century.
Do not miss the Tower, circular bastion built close to the beach for defensive purposes in the sixteenth century, and the Tower of Vegliasco who appears in the coat of arms.
Do not miss the famous Muretto, decorated with varied and colorful tiles signed by famous personalities from the worlds of art, entertainment and sport.
The surrounding hills offer hiking in the green of the Mediterranean scrub bushes of rosemary, savory and thyme. Some routes have exceptional sights, where the view extends across the bay and the neighboring island Gallinara.
In 2010 he received from Alassio Fee (Foundation for environmental education) the Blue Flag for its marina.Set on a beautiful bay between the blue sea and the green hills of Alassio is one of the most famous resorts of the Riviera di Ponente.
Frequented by the British in the mid-nineteenth century, is known for its mild climate, with average winter temperatures around 10 degrees and summer with values around 25 for the beach of fine white sand, characterized by a high percentage of quartz and silicates and a very low level of dust, to the shallow and sandy and for its vibrant social and cultural life.
The English who attended have left many traces of their passage: the splendid Art Nouveau villas and palaces built on the coast and in the hills, the Anglican Church, now the container of important cultural events, and the Library. The train station is a building liberty: the waiting room still sofas, chairs and mirrors at the time, as well as a chandelier in Murano glass.
The historic center is characterized by the gut, a typical Ligurian alley that runs through the town parallel to the coast. The gut look dozens of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as historic houses with slate portals, small churches and chapels.
The gut crosses numerous streets, featuring archways and arches placed between the houses, leading to the beach or to the internal streets.
There are many churches that are worth a visit. These include: the Chapel of San Rocco in 1253, the thirteenth-century Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mount seamen, the Sant’Ambrogio church, built in 1400 in Romanesque style in the eighteenth century and then rebuilt in the Baroque style, the church of Santissima Annunziata in Solva that late medieval frescoes, and the ancient church of Sant’Anna ai Monti, erected around 940.
In panoramic position is the church of Santa Croce, built in Romanesque style in the eleventh century.
Do not miss the Tower, circular bastion built close to the beach for defensive purposes in the sixteenth century, and the Tower of Vegliasco who appears in the coat of arms.
Do not miss the famous Muretto, decorated with varied and colorful tiles signed by famous personalities from the worlds of art, entertainment and sport.
The surrounding hills offer hiking in the green of the Mediterranean scrub bushes of rosemary, savory and thyme. Some routes have exceptional sights, where the view extends across the bay and the neighboring island Gallinara.
In 2010 he received from Alassio Fee (Foundation for environmental education) the Blue Flag for its marina.Set on a beautiful bay between the blue sea and the green hills of Alassio is one of the most famous resorts of the Riviera di Ponente.
Frequented by the British in the mid-nineteenth century, is known for its mild climate, with average winter temperatures around 10 degrees and summer with values around 25 for the beach of fine white sand, characterized by a high percentage of quartz and silicates and a very low level of dust, to the shallow and sandy and for its vibrant social and cultural life.
The English who attended have left many traces of their passage: the splendid Art Nouveau villas and palaces built on the coast and in the hills, the Anglican Church, now the container of important cultural events, and the Library. The train station is a building liberty: the waiting room still sofas, chairs and mirrors at the time, as well as a chandelier in Murano glass.
The historic center is characterized by the gut, a typical Ligurian alley that runs through the town parallel to the coast. The gut look dozens of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as historic houses with slate portals, small churches and chapels.
The gut crosses numerous streets, featuring archways and arches placed between the houses, leading to the beach or to the internal streets.
There are many churches that are worth a visit. These include: the Chapel of San Rocco in 1253, the thirteenth-century Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mount seamen, the Sant’Ambrogio church, built in 1400 in Romanesque style in the eighteenth century and then rebuilt in the Baroque style, the church of Santissima Annunziata in Solva that late medieval frescoes, and the ancient church of Sant’Anna ai Monti, erected around 940.
In panoramic position is the church of Santa Croce, built in Romanesque style in the eleventh century.
Do not miss the Tower, circular bastion built close to the beach for defensive purposes in the sixteenth century, and the Tower of Vegliasco who appears in the coat of arms.
Do not miss the famous Muretto, decorated with varied and colorful tiles signed by famous personalities from the worlds of art, entertainment and sport.
The surrounding hills offer hiking in the green of the Mediterranean scrub bushes of rosemary, savory and thyme. Some routes have exceptional sights, where the view extends across the bay and the neighboring island Gallinara.
In 2010 he received from Alassio Fee (Foundation for environmental education) the Blue Flag for its marina.Set on a beautiful bay between the blue sea and the green hills of Alassio is one of the most famous resorts of the Riviera di Ponente.
Frequented by the British in the mid-nineteenth century, is known for its mild climate, with average winter temperatures around 10 degrees and summer with values ​​around 25 for the beach of fine white sand, characterized by a high percentage of quartz and silicates and a very low level of dust, to the shallow and sandy and for its vibrant social and cultural life.
The English who attended have left many traces of their passage: the splendid Art Nouveau villas and palaces built on the coast and in the hills, the Anglican Church, now the container of important cultural events, and the Library. The train station is a building liberty: the waiting room still sofas, chairs and mirrors at the time, as well as a chandelier in Murano glass.
The historic center is characterized by the gut, a typical Ligurian alley that runs through the town parallel to the coast. The gut look dozens of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as historic houses with slate portals, small churches and chapels.
The gut crosses numerous streets, featuring archways and arches placed between the houses, leading to the beach or to the internal streets.
There are many churches that are worth a visit. These include: the Chapel of San Rocco in 1253, the thirteenth-century Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Mount seamen, the Sant’Ambrogio church, built in 1400 in Romanesque style in the eighteenth century and then rebuilt in the Baroque style, the church of Santissima Annunziata in Solva that late medieval frescoes, and the ancient church of Sant’Anna ai Monti, erected around 940.
In panoramic position is the church of Santa Croce, built in Romanesque style in the eleventh century.
Do not miss the Tower, circular bastion built close to the beach for defensive purposes in the sixteenth century, and the Tower of Vegliasco who appears in the coat of arms.
Do not miss the famous Muretto, decorated with varied and colorful tiles signed by famous personalities from the worlds of art, entertainment and sport.
The surrounding hills offer hiking in the green of the Mediterranean scrub bushes of rosemary, savory and thyme. Some routes have exceptional sights, where the view extends across the bay and the neighboring island Gallinara.
In 2010 he received from Alassio Fee (Foundation for environmental education) the Blue Flag for its marina.

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