Alassio, embedded in the "Baia del Sole", is a renowned seaside and tourist resort thanks to a fine sandy beach over 3 km long. There are also pure waters (beautiful seabed and varieties of "marine inhabitants") and a climate that always ensures a good temperature. In front of Gallinara Island, a garden on the water (rosemary, basil, begonias, geraniums), as rocks and rocks advance. It is a regional natural park since 1989; There is a small and cozy marina, the S.Martino cave in Tours, the tip of the "blower". On top of Genoese Tower, Master Villa and Neogothic Church.

The name Alassio is also linked to the "Muretto" invented by Mario Berrino, patron of Caffè Roma, and by writer Ernest Hemingway. Back in the 1950s, Berrino wanted to embellish the wall of public gardens. He thought of ceramic tiles autographed by famous characters: the first were Hemingway, the Quartet Cetra and Cosimo Di Ceglie (added about 740). Here is the contest of "Miss Muretto" promoted by Lucio Flauto (1953). The old town runs alongside the beach with the fishermen's houses and via XX Settembre which tourists know as "gut" but remains a typical Ligurian "caruggiu" between shops and prestigious shops.

Next to the sea runs the Ciccione promenade dotted with pines: do not miss the view from Bestoso jetty. Alassio has typical products to enjoy: from fish salads (bottarga, mosciame, ventresca) to desserts (kisses). And do not forget a good glass of wine (from the Albenganese plain), maybe a Pigate.