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It’s said that a visit by Evita Peron and her husband, the President of Argentina, revitalised Bordighera’s tourism in 1947 when they visited. The result, a lovely long promenade, the Lungomare Argentina, named after their country, that sweeps along the bay and offers wonderful views...More
Bordighera is one of the finest small towns at the seaside in Liguria. Just a few kilometers from the french border
It is a Nice Place with the fine mix between new and old, now and before. Some fine hotels can be found at the...More
Like 'Alta' already indicates, you have to climb uphill to reach the old and higer part of Bordighera.
It's my favorite part of town with narrow streets and little squares.
The central square is the Piazza del Popolo with the lovely Maria Maddelena church.
Bordighera is a lovely seaside town but 'modern' in the sense that most streets are accesable by motor vehicles. Bordighera Alta however is a proper hill top village albeit now part of the bigger town that spreads out beneath it. A big free car park...More
An ancient town where you can still hear the clipping of horses traveling across the large stone rocks in the piazza. The center square boasts one of the most beautiful churches. The city is kept clean as a whistle and restaurants offer the best in...More