A villa between the Alps and the Mediterranean: Alassio in Liguria
Only a few kilometers from the French border, similarly with Switzerland. From Alassio in Liguria is where half of Europe seems just a short distance away. You won't want to leave that quickly once here - and certainly not if you are on the terrace of your new villa, the snowy peaks of the Alps behind you and the Mediterranean Sea at your feet.
But what makes this place so special as the location for the property? The village of Alassio, with its population of 10,000 is well protected within a hill-framed bay. The fantastic location of this region can be attributed mainly to the wonderful Mediterranean climate with only 60 days of rain a year and a summer average temperature of sunny 22 ° C. Not for nothing, well. Known artists have temporarily stopped and gathered energy and inspiration here - starting with the composer Edward Elgar up to the writer Ernest Hemingway. The latter also based his "foundation" for an Alassio sight here - the so-called "low wall of Alassio". It is a simple boundary wall that has been decorated by tradition conscious residents and popular personalities with ceramic plates and other decorative pieces - Hemingway's panel was the first.