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In the surrounding area

What to see

Cervo and the most beautiful hamlets in Italy
Imperia, its ports, the promontory of Parasio
The olive groves and the Olive Oil Museum
Valloria, the village of painted doors
Bussana Vecchia, the village of Artists
The Villas and gardens:
Villa Grock in Imperia, Villa Nobel and Villa Ormond in Sanremo, Villa Hambury in Ventimiglia
Genoa: “Strade Nuove”, “Palazzi dei Rolli” (Unesco World Heritage), the Aquarium

To live

Art Show


 1st – 30th September

The Wonders of Cervo

Cervo (IM)

7th September and 5th October


Diano Marina

  from 5rd to 7rd October

What to do



Whale watching

Boat outings

Aqua park “le Caravelle”







The cycle path from San Lorenzo to Ospedaletti, 24 km beside the sea

Adventure Park “Solleone”

Mountain bike tracks


Nordic walking


The traffic free zone in Diano Marina

The markets of Diano Marina, Imperia, Ventimiglia

The characteristic “Budello di Alassio”

The elegant boutiques of Sanremo

To taste

Several typical products, with traditions spanning millennia.

Here is a little taste of what you will be able to find in our area in the province of Imperia!
Original “Peasant” cooking, which relies on flavour rather than form, survivor of the hard life between the earth parched by the sun and the waves of the sea.
Biodiversity and flavour!
The most important produce
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    Olive Oil

    A produce which characterises nearly the whole hinterland of Western Liguria. The olive groves, inevitably of the Taggiasca variety, have been cultivated for centuries on terracing fields, “fasce” which cover the hills that overlook the sea.

    In our restaurant you will be able to try the produce of the small “Ardissone” oil mill of Diano Serreta, visit its mill, buy extra-virgin olive oil and other products of our land.

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    Sea catch

    If the countless hamlets present in the hinterland arose through farming and their livestock, with important cheese makers, the towns and villages on the coast have always been lively fishing ports.

    From the magnificent King prawns of Oneglia to the “Frittura”, deep-fried fish dishes, the cuisine draws as much from the country as from the sea.

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    Vermentino, Pigato, Ormeasco, Rossese di Dolceacqua… between one olive grove and another, amidst the greenery or on the earth parched by the sun, the Ligurian wine production has its origins in Roman times and flourished during the middle-ages, distinguishing the hinterland of western Liguria.

    One of the best Cellars of the area “Il Poggio di Gorleri” is situated opposite our hotel and its famous Pigato “Cycnus” is a perfect accompanying wine for our “trofie al pesto”.

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    Its cultivation, now centuries-old, has in the last few years gained unprecedented popularity, due both to the fact that the consumers, Italian and not only, enjoy more and more its aromas, which enhance the flavours of food, but also because it represents the quality, simplicity and typicality of a land and its culture.

    We prepare our pesto with the best basil of  Diano Marina, extra virgin olive oil, pine nuts, garlic, to season ” trenette”, “trofie” or a very thin lasagna.

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    Purple Asparagus

    Exclusively from the plains of Albenga and a Slow Food safeguarded product: unique in its colour and for its delicate taste. It is characterised by its large, meaty and non- fibrous stem.

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    Spiny Artichoke

    Rich flavour, yet low in acidity, rich in vitamins and mineral salts, it is perfect eaten raw due to its delicacy and low fibrosity.

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    Beefsteak Tomato

    A perfect balance between sweetness and acidity. With pronounced irregular ribbing, it has a compact and tasty pulp, almost without juice or seeds.

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    Summer Squash zucchini

    Sweet and delicate, can be eaten both raw and cooked. Rich in vitamins, calcium, phosphorus and iron, it is highly digestible. Even its flowers are excellent.

Other productions
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    Beans of Conio, Pigna, Badalucco

    Imported during the 17th century, beans have found an ideal habitat in these three areas, generating a product which is as original as it is prestigious: protected by Slow Food, they are produced in limited quantity. Delicate, soft, creamy, immediately recognizable. One of the “Cult” products of the province.

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    Garlic of Vessalico

    Like the beans, the white garlic of Vessalico is protected by Slow Food. Its limited production is almost entirely sold during the annual Vessalico fair and in local restaurants.

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    Brigue sheep toma cheese

    Brigue, a village in the Roya Valley, once an important centre of pastoralism in the area between Liguria, Piemonte and Provence. The native sheep, similar to the Frabosana breed, is strong and suitably built for the arduous areas it grazes in. With its milk they produce toma cheese and brus (Brös). Of the 60 thousand specimens bred since the beginning of the XX century, very few remain: 1.800 sheep in Liguria. In order to preserve the species, give value to the raw milk toma cheese and support the shepherds, Slow Food in collaboration with Regione Liguria have chosen to safeguard the production of the wonderful Brigue Sheep Toma cheese.