Holiday homes and holiday rentals in Diano Marina
Sandy beaches in Diano Marina
The town of Diano Marina is dominated by the architectural style of the late 19th and 20th century. It has around 7000 residents and stretches over an area of 6 sqm right along the Mediterranean in the province of Imperia.
Here, you can find a myriad of heavenly sandy beaches - for some good relaxation or to push your boundaries in a volleyball match.A nice romantic walk along the promenade will round off your perfect day! The view of the sea, the mild climate - a truly stunning environment.
Rise in tourism
Diano Marina - with its distinctive beaches - has been encouraging tourism since the 1950s. An in 2000, it had a huge boost. As the climate is mild all year round, tourism is one on the main economic factors of the town.
When visiting Diano Marina, you are spoiled for choice for your leisure activities with the countless bars, sports boat marinas and sporting facilities. Apart from the traditional sports like hiking, climbing and mountain biking, there are great opportunities for fascinating diving excursions or fun family activities like go-karting, bowling or mini golf.
The Feast of Corpus Christi is a very special and artistic event, locally known as “Infiordata del Corpus Domini”. The streets of Diano Marina are covered with an enormous flower carpet.
Culture in Diano Marina
The wonderful coastal road Via Aurelia also passes through Diano Marina. If you cross this road near the beach promenade, you will reach the Palazzo del Parco, which is home the City Museum. It is well worth a visit, there is much to explore: Archaeological finds from pre-Roman and Roman times and interesting souvenirs from the Napoleonic era and the Risorgimento.
The Sant’ Antonio Abate Church was built in 1862 and builds its charm on the marble alters from the Frensken family of the neo-classical church of the 17th century. Apart from paintings and other finds from the pre-Roman and Roman era, you will find items from the Renaissance and the Napoleonic era.
The local museum offers interesting insights into the history of Diano Marina over the centuries.
Off to the sea!
“Bella Italia!” Thee heavenly mild climate is a product of the sea and the mountains. Many holidaymakers return to Diano Marina every year to indulge in it. The little port of Diano is right in the centre of town and offers “accommodation” of local hobby boaters and anyone passing through.
A ship will take you to some of the key places along the Blumenriviera and also take you. Watching whales and dolphins up close is an unforgettable experience, particularly for children.
These little extras make your holiday in a holiday home in Liguria truly special - for you and for your kids.