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*Please note distances are straight line measurements and are approximate
Three-roomed apartment for sale in Bordighera with parking.
The three-roomed apartment for sale of 80sqm has private garden of 120 smq
Kitchen/living-room, two bed-rooms, 1 bath-room and 1 loggia.
In an elegant environment, in the center of Bordighera and few steps from the sea,
It is sold fully furnished.
Independent heating, air conditioning, South exposure.
The advertisements indicate almost corresponding sizes and rooms.
For detailed information, please contact the agency.
Postal code 18012
Distance from Nice airport 57 km
Distance from Montecarlo 30 minutes
Distance from ski resort 68 km
Distance from beach 300 meters
Restaurant bar shops
Very nice area
Close to all services
Peaceful and quiet
In the center
Beautiful & prestigious building
One of the closest coastal towns in Luguria to the French border, Bordighera is best known for its old town and exotic gardens, and for the neighbouring villages of Sasso and Borghetto San Nicolò that preserve their own historic centres but are now part of Bordighera itself.
Before heading off to explore the historic centre we suggest you walk along the promenade along the seafront which at two kilometres long is the longest in Liguria and has lots of plants and trees along parts of its length. The pebble beach in Bordighera has received the Blue Flag award for cleanliness and facilities 16 times.
Next head to the headland of Sant-Ampelio (the most southerly point of the town) to see the church on the headland and for a stroll around the oldest part of the town, the fortified area and narrow medieval streets around Via Dritta and Via Lunga on the hill above the marina.
The origins of the 20th century resort at Bordighera can best be seen along Via Romana, which is a very pleasant road with shady trees and lots of turn of the century villas. Via Romana starts near the Sant'Ampelio headland and heads towards the north-west - it is named for the Roman trade road that followed the same route towards France 2000 years ago.