3 bedroom land for sale
Italy - Vallebona, Imperia, Liguria
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- 2,206 sq ft (205 sq m)
- Postal code 18012
- Distance from Nice airport 57 km
- Distance from ski resort 79 km
- Distance from beach 6 km
- Distance from Montecarlo 35 minutes
- Peaceful and quiet
- Stunning sea view
- Immersed in nature
- Plot of land with olive trees
In the property there are 40 olive trees. Easy access, south exposition.
It is about 6 km from the sea
number skype: 010 897 8122
Postal code 18012
Distance from Nice airport 57 km
Distance from ski resort 79 km
Distance from beach 6 km
Distance from Montecarlo 35 minutes
Peaceful and quiet
Stunning sea view
Immersed in nature
Plot of land with olive trees
is an Italian village of 1,227 inhabitants in the province of Imperia in Liguria.
The village was founded in the Middle Ages into the valley that was fertile and easy to grow, and for this reason took the "good valley" name. As well as other towns and villages of western Liguria it became the domain of the Counts of Ventimiglia, which subdued the country until 1686.
With other municipalities such as Bordighera Borghetto San Nicoḷ, Camporosso, San Biagio, Sasso and Soldano it belonged to the Community Magnificent of eight seats, autonomous community, but under the control of the Republic of Genoa.
In 1815 was incorporated into the Kingdom of Sardinia, as well as established by the Congress of Vienna in 1814 for the other municipalities in the Ligurian Republic, and later in the Kingdom of Italy in 1861.
Church of St. Lawrence
Built in the thirteenth century remains today of the previous structure, only the squat bell tower. Outside the sculpted slate portal dated 1478.
Oratory of the Nativity of Mary
Dedicated to the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary was designed in the Baroque style by the architect Andrea Notari. Inside are preserved two paintings of great artistic value such as one placed above the altar depicting the Nativity of Mary, and a fresco of the Assumption. Both works were created by the painter Maurizio Carrega between 1781 and 1785.
- Festival of Saint-Laurent on August 10
- Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, June 29