Explore interesting sights in Sanremo, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Sanremo, Italy.Sightseeing Tours in Sanremo
1. Villa romana della Foce
The Villa Matutia or Roman Villa della Foce is a Roman villa in the territory of the municipality of Sanremo whose excavations, begun in 1936 by the archaeologist Nino Lamboglia, have brought to light the complex of the baths. It is located by the sea behind the municipal cemetery of the Foce, near Corso Matuzia at the height of the church of San Rocco.
2. Chiesa Russo-ortodossa di Cristo Salvatore
The Church of Christ the Saviour, St. Seraphim of Sarov and St. Catherine is an Orthodox church, dependent on the Western European Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, built in Sanremo at the beginning of the twentieth century by the Russian nobility, who had chosen the city as a tourist place and for curative stays.
3. Santuario di Nostra Signora della Guardia
The Sanctuary of Nostra Signora della Guardia is a Marian shrine in the Ligurian municipality of Sanremo, in the Riviera dei Fiori, in the province of Imperia. The sanctuary is located in the hamlet of Poggio and is part of the diocese of Ventimiglia-San Remo. The main holiday is celebrated on the second Sunday of September.
4. Villa romana di Bussana
The Roman villa of Bussana is an ancient Roman villa of the I - II century AD, today a state archaeological site, entrusted to the Superintendence of Liguria. It is located near the mouth of the Armea stream, in Bussana, in Sanremo, and can be reached from the Via al Mare.
5. Cattedrale di San Siro
The co-cathedral of San Siro is the oldest religious building in Sanremo and one of the main examples of Romanesque architecture in western Liguria. Located in the historic center, in the homonymous square, it was erected in the twelfth century.
6. Chiesa parrocchiale di Sant'Egidio
The church of Sant'Egidio is a place of Catholic worship, is located in Bussana Vecchia, a hamlet of Sanremo, partially destroyed during the earthquake of February 23, 1887 with the whole village and never rebuilt.
7. Palazzo Borea d'Olmo
Giovanni Battista Borea d'Olmo was born in Genoa, Kingdom of Sardinia on 11 October 1831 and died in Sanremo the 19 October 1936 at 105 years. He was a member of Italian Senate from 18 November 1922 to his death.
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