Sanremo’s Casinò, opened on 14th January 1905, and was elegantly designed by Eugenio Ferret, a French architect.
The building has strong Liberty features merging with French eclecticism as well as NeoBaroque décor, it is definitely Sanremo’s most significant monument to the Belle Epoque. Its charm remains unchanged to this day. The dignified elegance of its interior and furnishings offers visitors a unique ambience to enjoy some unforgettable times. The management of Sanremo’s Casinò is inspired by a fundamental principle “not only gambling”, being well aware that culture makes the difference between just a gambling house and a Casinò.
The Sanremo Casino is located in the heart of the city, in Corso degli Inglesi, 18. It offers both the Traditional Games Room Room Slot Machine.
The bike path in the Riviera Ligure
Near Sanremo! 20 Km by the sea. Between Imperia and Sanremo, you can run along 20 Km of path with your bike close to the sea.
BAGNI LIDO - Spiaggia dell'HOTEL CORTESE
Bagni Lido Sanremo offer its customers the structures and the services and everything how much is necessary for being able to enjoy the beach, considered not more alone as sea and relaxation opportunity, but also how point of meeting place,aggregation and entertainment every time of the day. For this he has renewed in the style with the new equipment purchase such as specifics attractions for kids.
The main central streets in the town namely, the upmarket via Matteotti, via Palazzo and corso Garibaldi, are home to high fashion boutiques and variety of businesses. The arrival of foreigners in droves during the late 1800s, has caused shops to become ever so sophisticated in order to satisfy the high expectations of clients coming from other countries. As a result the supply of goods and services is of a high international level, and able to meet the challenge of a more specific and diversified demand.
Art & Culture
Elegant Via Matteotti, in the heart of Sanremo, is Palazzo Borea d'Olmo, baroque pearl of western Liguria and houses the Museum and Art Gallery.
Al Palazzo is accessed through a beautiful seventeenth-century marble portal surmounted by a statue of the Virgin and Child with reference to the scope of the Ticino sculptor Daniele Solaro (1649-after 1726).
The monumental entrance to the Genoese and the grand staircase of honor leads us to the second floor, the Civic Museum, which consists of three sections: the archaeological, the historical section and the Pinacoteca. The museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 9 am to 18, free admission. Tours are by reservation for groups and schools, calling the Civic Museum: 0184.531942.
The Olive Tree Museum in Imperia was founded in 1992 and bears witness to the symbolic and cultural meaning of the olive tree. It offers visitors several theme sections where characteristic moments in the history of the olive tree have been recreated. Against the backdrop of the characteristic dry-stone walls of Western Liguria, the old oil presses, a reminder of the olive pressing plants of centuries past, are exhibited together with antique objects and documents.
The Sanremo Symphony Orchestra, which was re-founded in the 1950s, is one of twelve Governmentrecognized C.O. I. Orchestras (Concert and Orchestra Institutions). Since 1984 the Region of Liguria has declared it a Cultural Institution of Regional Relevance (Istituzione Culturale di Interesse Regionale).
It performs over one hundred concerts each year and its repertoire is both classic and romantic, modern and contemporary. Starting in 2003 it has been performing during the Sanremo Italian Song Festival.
The history of Villa Nobel begins at the end of 1870, when Pietro Vacchieri, a chemist from Rivoli, purchased some plots of land east of the town centre and had an elegant mansion built there.
Later the building was purchased by inventor Alfred Nobel, complete with "all the furniture, mirrors, carpets, bronze sculptures, paintings", as can be evidenced by the surviving documents.
He personally added rich furnishings.
In 1969, Villa Nobel was purchased by the Azienda Autonoma di Soggiorno e Turismo di Sanremo for the purpose of hosting events of high cultural, scientific and tourist significance at both national and international level, solely for public enjoyment and at no profit.
The Province of Imperia, the official proprietor since 1973, has maintained that commitment , and equipped Villa Nobel with all the necessary facilities.
Sanremo’s Olive Tree Golf Club is an icon of the town, and represents its spirit and style in the sporting life. This modern facility attracts many keen golfers including some from nearby France. Some well known personalities have played on this golf course: noted professionals, crowned heads, actors and jet-setters, such as Douglas Fairbanks, Severiano Ballesteros and Bernard Langer. The course winds around olive trees, requiring the players to make exciting choices while playing, it encourages reflection in an enchanting scenery.