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Sanremo

Our most recommended things to do in Sanremo

The Italian Riviera: Full-Day Tour from Nice

1. The Italian Riviera: Full-Day Tour from Nice

Enjoy a drive along the fabulous Italian Riviera on a full-day tour from Nice. You’ll visit open-air markets along the Riviera that are known for their leather goods, fashion and accessories. Continue your escape toward Dolceacqua, a captivating village with a stone bridge and castle. Enjoy a lunch (not included) and lose yourself in a delicious journey. When you are planning your tour please note that Thursday is market day in Bordighera, and Tuesday and Saturday in are market days in San Remo.

Italian Coast & Markets: Full-Day Small Group Trip

2. Italian Coast & Markets: Full-Day Small Group Trip

Enjoy an Italian experience in the open air markets of San Remo or Vintimille. Soak in the mix of Italian and French crowd buying cheese, vegetables and bags. Drive by the high “Corniche” and highway to the most typical Italian experience in the open air market of San Remo or Vintimille (Ventimiglia in Italian). Soak in the mix of Italian and French crowd buying cheese, vegetables, etc. Visit the medieval village of Dolceacqua.  On Tuesday and Saturday this tour includes a stop at  San Remo  and on Friday the tour includes a stop at Vintimille.

Italian markets, Menton & Monaco from Nice

3. Italian markets, Menton & Monaco from Nice

Head for Italians markets on Fridays in Vintimiglia, on Tuesdays and Saturdays mornings in San Remo. A real good experience to enjoy the flavor of Italy and discover the habits of native people. Overflowing with colours, exotic aromas and flowers from the South of Italy. The warm welcome given by the local shopkeepers gives a glimpse of the italian conviviality.  You can start with a stroll through a picturesque street market where you can get bargains specially for leather goods, fashion accessories, shoes and clothes ... at least you prefer savoring delicious fruits and local cheese. Then spend free time having a lunch in one of the numerous small restaurants (not included in price) and try the fresh pasta accommodated with seafood and a glass of Lambrusco. Return via the seacoast road to charming Menton "pearl of the Riviera", stroll down the pedestrian street a must for all visitors to Menton as it is packed with shops and extends from the sea front to the "Campanin" garden. Afterwards you visit Monaco to see the Prince's Palace, drive along the circuit used for the Formula One Grand Prix, and ride to the very famous Place du Casino.

Italian Riviera Open Air Market: Full-Day

4. Italian Riviera Open Air Market: Full-Day

Enjoy door-to-door service on this visit to an Italian open-air market from Cannes. On this full-day trip you’ll admire the views of Monaco and the Italian Riviera along the way. Your destination is San Remo or Ventimiglia, depending the day of your tour. Take your time to explore the open-air market that’s famous for leather, accessories, luggage, and clothing. ATTENTION Italian market are not every day ! on Friday for Ventimiglia on Thuesday & Saturday for San Remo Enjoy the delicious Italian cuisine, ice cream, and cappuccino that are also on offer, and take a stroll through the streets of the picturesque old city. On the return trip you’ll stop at Menton, a village at the French border that’s renowned for its lemons and oranges. Driving on the middle corniche between Monaco and Nice, you’ll enjoy scenic views of the Mediterranean coast.

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What people are saying about Sanremo

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 28 reviews

Une excellente escapade Italienne en compagnie d’un guide au top ! Robin ! Toute la famille a apprécié ce sejour ! Je recommande

Thanks to Robin who is an excellent guide. With a lot of know-how. Keep it preciously... Sincerely Mr. Cani

Excellent trip, excellent guide. Would recommend to anyone! A must do while in Nice.

We had a great time exploring little towns we would never have gone to on our own.

Great guide! Great information! Great sites! I loved the small group aspect.