The charming villa is situated in a very sunny and quiet area above the medieval hamlet Isolalunga. The main facade is oriented to the southwest and offers a sea view (southeast) and an open view of the valley and the olive groves in the romantic hinterland with its medieval villages. The sunsets over the hills are unique.
The house is modern cut, but fits perfectly into the beautiful landscape. The special thing is certainly the many windows that give a wonderful transparency to the very large living space. It is comfortably furnished and offers with the very large living room, a well-equipped kitchen and 2 bathrooms, two bedrooms and a spacious studio on 2 floors generous space for max. 6 persons. From all rooms on the upper floor you can access the terraces or Mediterranean garden seats, but also in front of the lower part is a terraced garden with various seats. The villa has a very special design (architect house) and guests can enjoy a lot of original art.
The house could be used in two parts for two friendly couples, because the lower floor with the large studio room and the bedroom (total 4 beds) and the separate shower room could be separated against the main part of the house and reached via a separate access.
The neighboring house, the Villa Serena with pool, is also rented by us.
The house is located directly above the pretty hamlet Isolalunga - from the terrace you can see the winding streets and nested roofs and terraces of the romantic village. In the garden, which is terraced with natural stone walls, grow mimosas, figs, palm trees, capers, bougainvilleas, cypresses, and you can still find shady spots in midsummer.
The driveway to the house is paved, but winding and steep and therefore a bit of getting used to for non-experienced drivers. (Not suitable for lowered cars). But there is another driveway on a fairly flat running track, which is partly natural road, but mostly asphalted.
In Isolalunga itself there is a small grocery store, d. H. The breakfast sandwiches and the bare essentials can also be bought on foot. Also a small bar is within walking distance. Even after the main town Dolcedo with numerous restaurants and pizzerias, pharmacy, bank, etc. can be reached on foot .. It is about 15 minutes (the "climb" back to the house usually takes a little longer :-)) After Imperia to the sea there also a bus from Isolalunga. By car you need about 15 minutes .. on the way there is a large supermarket.
Imperia is not very touristy - d. H. The town "lives" throughout the year. There are wonderful restaurants, markets, and shopping opportunities interesting, but also many cultural offers. In addition, there are several beaches - some private, some public, some with gravel, rocks, but also sandy beaches.
From San Lorenzo starts the well-known, 20 km long, ingenious cycle path, directly along the coast (to Ospedaletto, that is, beyond San Remo), on the former route of the train. At the old station of San Lorenzo is the rental station, http: // www. RIVIERA. ch / sightseeing-Liguria / pista-ciclabile /. But also the hinterland with its romantic villages and olive groves offers interesting hiking and sightseeing opportunities
A coastal bus runs every 30 minutes from Andora to San Remo, d. H. You can make good on the coast without car discoveries.
Interesting excursion destinations are certainly Monte Carlo (with the aquarium and the castle), Nice (with the antique market, etc.), Genoa, Alassio, but also the artists' village Bussana Vecchia, which was created in the ruins of a Erdbebendorfes.Get the full listing »