Along the roads of Valley Armea and Bajardo

Amazing trip from Sanremo into Ligurian Hinterland

Along the roads of Valley Armea and Bajardo

Ceriana, Liguria 18034, Italy

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Tour Information

We will ride along the road that connects Sanremo and Bajardo. We will pass by the ancient vignettes and olive trees of the Taggiasca variety. After that we go up to Bajardo, the municipality of the province of Imperia with the highest altitude: 910 m a.s.l. ( 3000 ft). In Bajardo we will visit the old parish church of San Nicolò and enjoy the panoramic views. From the Bajardo we will travel towards San Romolo which takes the name of the saint who gave the name to the city of Sanremo.

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What You'll See on the Tour

The village of Ceriana was founded by the Romans in the center of the Armea Valley, in a protected position on the right side of the stream. It seems certain its construction on the remains of a Ligurian castle, in an area to which the Roma... Read more
La Rocca di Bajardo, at 1000 meters above sea level, is the highest part of this ancient village of Celtic origin, suspended a step from heaven, overlooking the surrounding valleys and extending its gaze from the Maritime Alps to the Medite... Read more
San Romolo is a fraction of Sanremo, located in the hinterland of the coastal city, at the foot of Monte Bignone, and known for being the seat of the bauma (cave) where the patron saint of the city, St. Romulus, lived and died as a hermit. ...
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