Villa Gioiello

Sanremo, Liguria, Italy
Sleeps 10 / 5 bedrooms/ 5 bathrooms
From 5150€ / week

An historic, early 20th century Art Nouveau villa, classic and contemporary décor, a swimming pool surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation, an endlessly-stretching view of the sea: all this and much more is Villa Gioiello, the result of classic imprint in one of the most famous localities of western Liguria. Located in one of the most sought-after residential areas of Sanremo, city of flowers and famous for the Sanremo Music Festival (Italian song festival), Villa Gioiello is the ideal destination in which to spend a regenerating holiday in one of the most beautiful areas of Liguria, alternating relaxation in the pool with whole days spent at the beach; it is also strategically placed for visiting all the beauties offered by this stretch of coast as less than an hour's drive away is the Côte d'Azur and the splendid towns of Nice and Cannes as well as the Principality of Monaco.

Pets: Yes. € 50,00 per animal per week to be paid on site.

Prices and availability
The price includes:
  • EuropAssistance Insurance to cover expenses in case of booking cancellation
  • fully cleaned property equipped with linens
  • utilities (water - gas for kitchen use)
  • internet wireless connection
The price does not include:
  • electricity (on consumption up to date market prices)
  • tourism tax (where applicable)
  • € 150,00 for property sanitation for stays less than two weeks (to be paid at balance)
Sanremo is one of the most important tourist centres of Liguria and owes its fame to the Casino and to the Sanremo Music Festival (Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo). It was discovered by international tourism in the second half of the 19th century. The last few years have seen a revival of tourism thanks also to the brand new cycle path, one of the longest in Europe, which runs along the coast to San Lorenzo al Mare. Other places of interest within easy reach are Arma di Taggia, a seaside town rich in tourist attractions, nightclubs and restaurants, Triora with its magnificent medieval borgo, Badalucco, famous for its oil and its murals, Ceriana, with its evocative carruggi (narrow alleyways) and Bussana Vecchia with its International Artists Village.