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Herebelow a list of useful information regarding Imperia and related to:

  • Imperia tourist guide
  • Imperia Card
  • Map of the town
  • Main Shopping Streets
  • Markets
  • Minimarkets
  • Shopping Centres
  • Bars, ice cream and pubs
  • Restaurants
  • Beaches
  • Museums
  • Trekking

Imperia Tourist Guide

Imperia, a town on the Riviera of Flowers, is the capital of the western Ligurian province.


A predominantly industrial past, a renewed touristic vocation, Imperia offers its visitors breathtaking views and a wide variety of attractions for every type of need.


The city offer authentic experiences between the blue of the sea (BLUE FLAG in the last 3 years), the seabeds, the Cetacean Sanctuary, the sailing boats, the fishing tradition and the green of the hinterland, gently hilly, suspended between small villages, vineyards and terraced olive trees.


Olive oil has always been a symbol of Imperia excellence in the world.


The coast is characterized by a lively succession of sandy and pebble beaches. The colorful seaside villages, animated by the life of the marinas, offer typical views of Liguria.


The city enjoys a mild and sunny climate thanks to which it has earned the title of city of Italy with the best climate.


Imperia boasts two naturalistic sites of community importance. The seabed offers splendid Posidonia oceanica meadows, submerged caves, coral environments, treasures of flora and fauna biodiversity of undisputed importance.


The stretch of sea it overlooks is one of the richest areas of life in the Mediterranean, rightly included in the Cetacean Sanctuary. In summer, hundreds of mammals, especially dolphins, zifi and sperm whales, meet a few meters from the Imperia coast to offer extraordinary beauty shows.


In Imperia you can live extraordinary moments between the sea and the sky, where every day the sun is a show that repeats itself.

Open air, sea, sports, food and wine.

Imperia is the art of fine italian living.


Imperia, a town with two centers

Imperia owes its name to the "Impero" torrent that separates Oneglia from Porto Maurizio once rivals cities.

Porto Maurizio, perched on the promontory of Parasio, was a major economic and commercial center already in the Middle Ages, and is now the touristic reference.


Oneglia, extending over the plain at the mouth of the Impero was founded after year 1000 AD, is becoming in the present days the commercial section of the town.


The tourist visiting Imperia is often surprised because in this town everything is double: there are two historic centers, two markets, two ports.


More information available at:

Imperia Guide
Interesting and comprehensive guide about Imperia (in italian)
Documento Adobe Acrobat 7.7 MB

Imperia Card

We are pleased to announce that the Imperia City Card - Weekly Experience is active, dedicated to tourists, but not only, and designed to live unique experiences by moving comfortably around the city and discovering the charm of city museums!


Click on this link and discover the advantages of Imperia City Card


The card is digital, which can be purchased at this link

and designed to experience Imperia by taking advantage of numerous services and advantages!


It is also foreseen the publication of an expression of interest for private activities wishing to reserve special discounts for Imperia City Card holders, these discounts will be gradually implemented among the services included with the purchase of the card.


Imperia City Card - Weekly Experience

  • Duration: 7 days from first entry
  • Validity: personal
  • Adult rate: 25 euros
  • Reduced rate: 12 euros (young people up to 14 years and people with disabilities)

The Imperia City Card includes:

  • Entrance to city museums and places of culture:
  • Villa Grock-Museum of the Clown
  • Villa Faravelli - Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Naval Museum and Planetarium


Find out all the times here

Entrance to the museums is free during opening hours; access to the Planetarium is by reservation to be made at the ticket office of the Naval Museum.


Unlimited travel on board buses dedicated to city public transport

The service is provided by Riviera Trasporti S.p.A. and is valid only within the boundaries of the city of Imperia


Entrance to the A. Lagorio athletics field

Access to the camp is free, just go to the facility during the opening hours and according to the rules defined by the Camp Regulations.



Unlimited travel on the little train to the beaches

Borgo Marina Circuit - Oneglia center

Map of the town

A detailed map of the town is available here, and can be downloaded on your PC

Also, hereafter a very detailed Google Map, showing everything about the town.

Main shopping streets

Porto Maurizio:

  • Via Cascione
  • Via XX Settembre
  • Via San Maurizio


  • Via Bonfante
  • Via San Giovanni
  • Via dell'Ospedale
  • Galleria degli Orti


In Imperia there are two public markets:

  1. one in Porto Maurizio, every Monday and Thursday mornings, along Via Cascione, Via XX Settembre, Via San Maurizio and Piazza del Duomo. Food market is open everyday except on Sundays, and it's located close to Teatro Cavour, in Via Cascione
  2. another in Oneglia, every Wednesday and Saturday mornings, along Via and Piazza San Giovanni, Piazza Andrea Doria and Via Maresca. Food market is open everyday except on Sundays, and it's located in PIazza Doria.


Supermercati Doro

Address: Piazza Goffredo Mameli, 12

Telephone: 0183 660017

Carrefour Express 

Address: Via XX Settembre, 13

Telephone: 0183 62951

Shopping Centres

Conad Superstore 

Address: Via Giuseppe Airenti, 5

Telephone: 0183 660014


Address: Via XXV Aprile

Telephone: 0183 274890


Address: Via Nazionale (Pontedassio)

Telephone: 0183 779030

Bars, ice cream and pubs

Caffè Pepito

Address: Via Felice Cascione, 31

Telephone: 0183 61865

Avalon Pub

Address: Via Felice Cascione, 14

Telephone: 392 399 0077

Gelateria Acquolina

Address: Via Scarincio, 84

Telephone: 333 737 1553


A_Grillo Restaurant & Wine

Address: Via Vecchie Carceri 19

Telephone: 0183 880895

Osteria Dell'Olio Grosso

Address: Via Parrasio, 36

Telephone: 0183 60815

Antica Taverna

Address: Via G. Carducci 63

Telephone: 0183 62130

Bistrot del Duomo

Address: Via Strafforello, 6

Telephone: 348 231 2497

Enoteca di Porta Martina

Address: Via Strafforello, 36

Telephone: 373 735 0921

Ristorante L'Armuen

Address: Via San Leonardo, 14

Telephone: 0183 61091


Address: Via Giuseppe Mazzini, 16

Telephone: 0183 666406

Ristorante I Sognatori

Address: Largo Varese, 16

Telephone: 0183 63179

Lanterna Blu

Address: Via Scarincio 32

Telephone: 0183 63859

La Foce - Non solo vino

Address: Via Bartolomeo Bossi, 44

Telephone: 0183 651523

Pizzeria la Rustica

Address: Via Giuseppe Mazzini, 37

Telephone: 0183 651269

Oasi La Pizza

Address: Piazza Sant'Antonio, 15

Telephone: 0183 666892

Private Beaches

Bagni Buraxen

Address: Via Giovanni Boine, 2

Telephone: 0183 61722

Il Moletto Beach Bar

Address: Via Banchina Medaglie d’Oro

Telephone: 345 0489252

Spiaggia d'Oro

Address: Banchina Medaglie d'Oro 18

Telephone: 0183 61756

Bagni Oneglio

Address: Via Scarincio, 31

Telephone: 0183 666273

Public Free Beaches

Foce Beach

Address: Borgo Foce

Telephone: 333 4101773

Sorriso d'Italia

Indirizzo: Banchina Medaglie D'Oro, 6

Telefono: not available

Spiaggia Borgo Prino

Indirizzo: Lungomare Cristoforo Colombo

Telefono: 342 502 2207

Spiaggia Libera Borgo Prino - Via Lamboglia

Indirizzo: Via Lamboglia

Telefono: not available

Spiaggia libera tra Buraxen e Conca d'oro

Indirizzo: Via Giovanni Boine

Telefono: non disponibile


Museo Navale del Ponente Ligure

Address: via Scarincio 2-4

Telephone: 0183 651541

Museo Arte Contemporanea Imperia (MACI)

Address: viale G. Matteotti 151

Telephone: 0183 297927

Museo dell'olivo

Address: Via Garessio, 13

Telephone: 0183 295762

Museo del Clown (Villa Grock)

Address: via Fanny Roncati Carli

Telephone: 0183 704211