The scenic towns of Imperia and Andora are located around 15 kilometers apart in the Liguria region of Italy on the Mediterranean Coastal area known as the Italian Riviera. Andora is believed to date back to around the 8th century BCE, while Imperia can be traced back to Roman times and also boasts a variety of ancient and medieval attractions.


Today, the coastal towns of Imperia and Andora have become popular tourist destinations for boating and yachting enthusiasts, thanks to the historical charm, opportunities for exploration and warm, sunny climate that are characteristic of the entire region. Imperia is home to a stunning old town area, which lies in the former villages of Porto Maurizio and Oneglia, with much of the town sprawling attractively across a gently sloping promontory overlooking the sea. The ports in both towns are sure to please even the most discriminating seafaring travelers, while the pristine beaches are second to none.

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Tuscany - Corsica - Liguria
Imperia / Andora
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