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And its Celtic feast

Balzi Rossi

The cliff, the cave and the little beach


The tourist harbour and a walk around

Imperia: Oneglia Harbour

The east harbour

Imperia: San Maurizio Harbour

The west harbour

Imperia: Villa Grock

Syusy visits the eccentric clown Grock's home

Imperia: the Carli Museum

Syusy visits the oil museum

Marina degli Aregai

Santo Stefano harbour

San Bartolomeo a Mare

A public port perfect to stock up with provisions

San Lorenzo Marina

A Blue Flag marina

Sanremo public harbour

All that boaters need to know when they arrive in the city of flowers

Sanremo: flowers to eat

...not only to look at!

Sanremo: the Ariston Theatre

A guided tour with Walter Vacchino

Sanremo: Portosole

Il porto privato di Sanremo


The town of painted doors

Imperia: Oneglia Harbour

Log book

Adriatica berths at Imperia Oneglia harbour, where radio communication is on channel 72. Here Patrizio meets Marco Negro, manager of the harbour, who illustrates the characteristics of the local harbour: “In Oneglia harbour three principal realities coexist, i.e. the fishing harbour, the commercial area, which is represented by the oceanic quay where ships up to a length of 100 metres still berth, and then there is an area devoted to the tourist part, but only for commercial yachts, that is to say boats that run a charter service for the yachting.”

“We are OK!” Patrizio jokes. “We are big, ethically and materially, and in our spare time we also do charter work.” A normal yachter, our causal sailor points out, then has to make for Porto Maurizio, the tourist port of Imperia, to find a boat place, thus having to give up the idea of landing near the porticos of the town centre.

There thus emerge the different vocation of the two harbours: Oneglia provides anchorage for commercial boats, which to enter have to contact Imperia Yacht, while Porto Maurizio has the task of welcoming tourists coming from the sea.
The two harbours are respectively to the east and west, so the winds that blow near the two quays are also different: at Oneglia they suffer from the mistral, the south-westerly, while at Porto Maurizio you have to pay attention to the east wind.

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