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Dolceacqua

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Dolceacqua is part of the Montana Intemelia. A mountain district of Liguria, in the province of Imperia, formed by the municipalities Airole, Apricale, Bajardo, Castel Vittorio, Dolceacqua, Isolabona, Olivetta San Michele, Perivale, Pigna, Rocchetta Nervina, San Biagio della Cima, Seborga, Soldano and Vallebona . Dolceacqua, surrounded by greenery, only 5 km from the sea and […]

Hanbury Botanical Gardens

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copyright Office de Tourisme de Menton The Hanbury Botanic Gardens at Mortola, 8 km from the campsite was designed in 1867 thanks to the passion of the English explorer Sir Thomas Hanbury, who created a garden of beautiful exotic plants. After he had made his fortune as an exporter of tea in Shanghai, Sir Thomas […]

Bordighera

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At the end of the nineteenth century the British discovered the beauty of Bordighera. It quickly became one of the most popular places to spend the winter in the Côte d’Azur. Bordighera is located in the province of Imperia, only a few miles from Camping Helios, on the main road between San Remo and Ventimiglia. […]

Ventimiglia

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In the town of Ventimiglia, with it’s major international events such as the flower battalion, the medieval festival in August, the regional final of Miss Italy, the Desbaratu and the large weekly market on Friday, one of the first of its kind in Italy and Europe. The city is surrounded by the sea and mountains. […]

Argentina Valley

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Valle Argentina – Riviera dei Fiori – Photo by Leonardo Turrin → The Argentina Valley is interesting in many points of view: environmental, landscape, cultural, historical and gastronomic. Among the valleys, which divide Liguria from the mountains to the sea, the valley of Argentina holds the record for the highest altitude above sea level. The villages […]