Houses and homes in Sanremo - key information
Sanremo's Mediterranean climate and attractive coastal setting on the Italian Riviera make it a popular destination.
Information about Sanremo
Sanremo is a coastal city in north western Italy. Its green spaces include the park of Villa Ormond, with a Japanese garden, palm trees and ancient olive groves. The 12th-century San Siro Cathedral has 12 bells in its tower, plus a huge crucifix above its altar. In an elegant art nouveau building, the long-established Casino di Sanremo includes a theatre. Nearby, the Russian Church has 5 onion domes.
Sanremo's Mediterranean climate and attractive coastal setting on the Italian Riviera make it a popular tourist destination. Besides tourism, the city is active in the production of extra virgin-grade olive oil.
Sanremo is known as the City of Flowers (la Città dei Fiori), this being another important aspect of the economy of the city.
The nearby towns of Arma di Taggia, Bordighera and Ospedaletti are also involved in the cultivation of flowers for the international flower market of Sanremo.
The Municipal Casino, built in 1905, is an example of Art Nouveau building.
The Ariston Theatre offers annual series of concerts, operas and theatre plays.
The Symphony Orchestra is one of twelve symphony orchestras recognized by the state of Italy; it performs some 120 concerts throughout the year, most in the Municipal Casino's Opera Theatre.
Great selectin of shops, services and entertainment on offer.
San Siro Cathedral
Casino di Sanremo
Ariston Theatre (home to the sanremo festival)