Things to see and do - Bordighera
Bordighera Travel guide
Bordighera : Michelin's recommendations
Situated on the Ligurian Riviera, Bordighera is one of Italy's most famous seaside resorts, with its numerous villas and hotels surrounded by flower gardens shaded by fine old palm trees. The old town, with its winding narrow streets, has retained some of its fortified gateways. Well worth a visit!
Via Cesare Balbo 7 I - 18012 Bordighera
Only 200 metres from Bordighera’s beach, Hotel Mirelia boasts a traditional restaurant, air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a reading area. The private garden is equipped for relaxing moments. Most rooms at the Mirelia Hotel have a balcony, a..
Via Pelloux 42/B I - 18012 Bordighera
Prix Prices from : 67 €
Hotel Aurora is an elegant villa with its own gardens and a rooftop terrace with sea views. The beach and Bordighera centre are less than 10 minutes' walk away. Parking is free. You will enjoy quiet surroundings here. The hotel is spacious and well-..
Via Torquato Tasso, 2 I - 18012 Bordighera
Located in a tranquil and flower-filled area of Bordighera, the Astoria offers a large, panoramic terrace with views over the sea and the Italian and French coasts. Parking is free. Hotel Astoria offers large rooms with private balcony. Rooms enjoy ..
piazza Giacomo Viale I - 18012 Bordighera
The rooms in this lively, typical restaurant situated in the historic centre are crowned with vaulted ceilings, giving them an almost cave-like appearance. There's a typical Ligurian feel to the menu, which features local specialities such as brandac..
lungomare Argentina 1 I - 18012 Bordighera
This restaurant boasts a superb location on the beach at the end of the promenade. It serves excellent fish dishes best enjoyed after a refreshing dip or as part of a romantic dinner.
lungomare Argentina 2 I - 18012 Bordighera
via Romana 70 I - 18012 Bordighera
lungomare Argentina 16/18 I - 18012 Bordighera
via Vittorio Emanuele 9 I - 18012 Bordighera
This family restaurant has found its home in an old goods warehouse near the seafront. The striking vaulted brick ceiling from that time remains above the diners, the rest of the décor is creative.