Sanremo (also, San Remo) is an Italian seaside town approximately 25 km (15 miles) from France. Originally a Roman settlement, the town has, at various times, also been part of France and part of the Kingdom of Sardinia. The Mediterranean climate and beautiful seaside setting make it a popular tourist destination, as well as a fishing port and source of flowers and olive oil.
Turning of Via Matteotti into the old town, we find a warren of alleyways, stairs, restaurants, shops, and homes. We immediately head in and up.