Holiday rentals in Imperia, perfect for a lovely holiday in Italy
If you desire to break away from the strenuous activities of day-to-day life, why not take a vacation in Imperia, a magnificent city on the coast of Italy. Full of fun and holiday activities, the city of Imperia is the ideal place for taking time off and relaxing. The beach can be your haven of peace or you can decide to take visits to the nearby attractions and fulfil your natural curiosity. The apartments in Imperia are perfect for affordable overnight stays but if you desire more luxury and have more time to spend here, the villas in Imperia are the best option, not only because of their perfect location next to the French border but also for the fact that you're able to reach Monaco and its Formula One course just 1 hour. You could spend a day on Cap d'Ail, if you want to relax in a classy setting and the Ligurian coast offers plenty for you to discover.
Things to do in Imperia
The city of Imperia contains flawless architectural marvels everywhere in its streets, even the apartments and villas in Imperia are stunning in their own right. It should come as no surprise therefore that the main attractions in the city are beautifully constructed buildings and landmarks. As such, there is no shortage of artistic appeal in Imperia. One of these is the classical Cathedral of San Maurizio. It was built between 1781 and 1832 by architect Gaetano Cantoni and is without a doubt the most impressive church building in the region. Imperia being a major hub for olive oil production, the Museo dell'Olivo (the Olive Tree Museum) exhibits this tradition proudly. Owned and managed by the Carli family, it is an olive oil masterpiece that documents and showcases the craft of olive oil production throughout the ages.
Another fantastic place to visit is the Villa Grock. Formerly owned by Mr. Grock, a Swiss clown who lived and entertained through the late 1880s and early 1900s, it is a 58 room masterpiece house with an artificial lake in its middle. Moreover, the villa is dotted with palm trees and fountains that reflect the cheer that the late clown had. Another inspiring attraction is the Greenwich Café, an inspiring eatery known for its quality coffee which you can enjoy outside in the open air and watch the goings on in the nearby marinas as you eat a delicious Italian lunch.
- Visit a lively city on the Ligurian coast - Albenga
- Explore the special charm of Savona
- Don't miss to see one of the most impressing towns in Italy - Genoa
- Though it will be a longer trip - You have to hike along the Cinque Terre
- Also the "Torre Pendente" will be in a reachable distance - Visit Pisa