Visit Coldirodi during your stay in Liguria, Italy.
San Remo, Imperia
Come and see the beautiful, old church from medieval times
You should absolutely see the oratory of Santa Anna which dates back to medieval times. It is decorated with frescos from the year 1768.
Worth seeing is also the San Sebastiano church from the year 1636. There is also a small pinacotheca from the 19th century, the „Pinacoteca Rambaldi“. It has just 100 art pieces, especially Tuscan paintings from the 15th and 16th centuries, as well as Florentine works from the 17th and 18th centuries.
The area surrounding the village is attractive for hiking and strolling.
Coldirodi is part of the San Remo municipality in Imperia. It was already inhabited early in the Middle Ages and got integrated into Imperia province in the 12th century. Coldirodi then became part of San Remo municipality.
Coldirodi belongs to the municipality of San Remo and is a village in Imperia province which lies in the Liguria region. Near Coldirodi are several other villages like: San Remo (5.2 km) Ospedaletti (5.1 km) and Seborga (19.3 km). From Genoa take the Von Strada Statale 1 Via Aurelia Sopraelevata Aldo Moro/E25, then follow the A10/E80 up to Via Monte Ortigara in Sanremo. From there take the A10/E80 exit to Sanremo and follow Via Monte Ortigara, Via Padre Semeria, Str. Monte Ortigara, Str. Capo Nero and Via Umberto until you take Vicolo Germani.