Large country villa with large, bright rooms in an idyllic location not far from the sea. Palm trees and spacious terraces surround the house and convey the atmosphere of a bygone era. The swimming pool (5x5m) spoils the soul and is the ideal spot for rest and relaxation.
Despite the quiet location, you do not have to do without comfort. The shops are 5 minutes away and restaurants can also be reached in 5 minutes. Long walks amidst the olive groves and barbecues in the garden contribute to the absolute relaxation. The large rooms of the villa give the typical southern flair. In the self-supporting pool the refreshment is guaranteed.
Location: At the bottom of the valley along the left bank of the river and above the national road to Ormea-Garessio-Ceva, Olivastri lies just before the mouth of the Rio Maddalena, which flows down from the slopes of Monte Aquarone. Quiet and romantic and yet all shops, restaurants from 5 minutes away. Wonderfully suitable for relaxing walks. A list of attractions, restaurants, markets, shopping, beaches, etc.
Excursions: The Blumenriviera offers variety for young and old. Genoa Aquarium and Maritime Museum, Hanbury Gardens, Vele d 'Epoca in Imperia, Golf Courses, Toirano Caves, Museums, Collections, Churches, Artist Village Busanna Vecchia, Weekly and Flea Markets, Formula One in Monaco, Excursions, Vintage in Piedmont, San Remo Music Festival , Casino in Monaco and San Remo, dances in the Ligurian villages, mega-discos. Cannes Film Festival, San Remo Fireworks World Championship, Whalewatching, Rally Monte Carlo.
Liguria is the ideal starting point for excursions in the Piedmont, Cinque Terre, Genoa, Cannes, Nice, Monte Carlo.
Olive Oil Museum in Imperia (Olio Carli)
Culinary paradise: Ligurian cuisine is characterized by its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, the Alps and the Apennines. The proximity of France often led to the exchange of specialties. Since Liguria is the smallest region of Italy, but at the same time has the highest population density, the kitchen is considered very economical. The climate is mild but humid by the sea, so that many wild plants are often processed into fillings in pastries made of puff pastry (tortelli) (borage, chard, spinach). Vegetables are mixed with cheese, eggs, pine nuts, pistachios, etc. Among the spice plants basil dominates. The best known preparation is the pesto alla genovese. The port and commercial city of Genoa promoted a worldwide influence on the Ligurian cuisine.
Liguria has a seafood kitchen with fish and shellfish of the Ligurian Gulf. Fish such as sardines, anchovies, mackerel and garfish and shellfish such as the king prawn or lobster.