The collaboration between the Liguria Region Tourism Department and the Regional Agency "in Liguria" has made it possible to put online the new institutional website "Be Active Liguria" www.beactiveliguria.it, through which the biker or trekker can organize his active vacation in Liguria, browsing through dedicated services and above all being able to choose from more than 200 itineraries between mountain biking and trekking.
The site presents a list of certified hotels with services dedicated to the sportsman,..
Another site for hikers and bikers.
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In our apartments in Terzorio offer a home base for trekkers and avid bikers
The most eagerly awaited historical event of the summer.
The period will be, as always, 1227, the year in which Emperor Frederick II sent the imperial vicar Otto Duke of Bavaria to Albenga, to demonstrate the support of the Holy Roman Empire to the city and ensure its protection against the intrigues of the Republic of Genoa. The challenge between the four districts Sant'Eulalia, San Giovanni, Santa Maria, San Siro for the win of the "Palio" will feature various competitions. Renewed and scenic performances will bring the famous historic center of Ingauno back to medieval times. Admission will be free
The Sanremo bike path is ideal for discovering the Riviera of Flowers in a new way, thanks to the location of the route, which starts in Ospedaletti, passes through Sanremo, Arma di Taggia, Riva Ligure and Santo Stefano and arrives in San Lorenzo al mare. From the internationally-flavored beauties of Sanremo to the smaller towns that still have the charm of the Ligurian villages of yesteryear.
The path also connects with other bike areas (such as the Arma di Taggia - Taggia bike route) and those who want more challenging routes there are excursions into the beautiful Ligurian hinterland, with off-road trails for mountain bikes.
Small village above San Remo destroyed by an earthquake in the early 1900s and renovated in part by artists who have occupied it since the 1960s.
A visit with a seafood lunch is recommended. On summer Friday evenings the village is illuminated and is very atmospheric.
A village that seems forgotten by time, made up of small artisan stores and artists who embellish the narrow stone streets.Half an hour from San Remo.