Bordighera is a cute town on the Italian Riviera after Ventimiglia on the way to San Remo. It is a delightful place, quite (relatively) subdued and relaxing even during the summer months.
I wrote last time about the Museo Bicknell in Bordighera, founded by Clarence Bicknell, one of those unique little-visited spots on the Riviera where you feel transported into another world and another time.
The French-Italian border region has traditionally been a haven for travelers, artists and nobility. A number of top notch exhibitions between Tende and Nice are testimony to this.
Don’t you love finding those unique little-visited spots on the Riviera where you and your visitors feel transported into another world and another time?
Enjoy the combination of great food and great art in style at Bistro Velvet in beautiful Bordighera!
What does the word 'sea' mean to you? What does it make you think of?? There will be many different answers, but I assume almost all of them will be positive.
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The Villa Regina Margherita in Bordighera is now a museum featuring selected works of art from the famous and opulent Terruzzi collection.