Even though it's just a few kilometres from the French border, this city is unmistakably Italian. Italian courses in San Remo mean a sunny stay with amazing cuisine, accompanied by the singsong accent of the locals.
Its iconic colourful façades are a constant reminder of being in the south. The locals of San Remo appreciate the complexities of fragrances and flavours, which you'll see firsthand in the Saturday morning markets or as you stroll along the city streets. There's a beach, of course, but you can also visit cities like Nice or Monte Carlo, just an hour away by car. In San Remo, visit the impressive casino as well as the old village of La Pigna, built on a hillside during the Middle Ages.