Welcome to B&B Borgo Marina and Welcome to Bordighera

The Bed and Breakfast is located in the beautiful sea side town of Bordighera on the Italian Riviera. The Bed and Breakfast has three rooms all beautiful  decorated and with en-suite bathrooms.

The Breakfast and Living Room
The Breakfast and Living Room

The B&B

Borgo Marina Bed and Breakfast is located in a renovated house, overlooking the ancient Strada del Corriera, in the center of Bordighera, 40 meters from the Lungomare Argentina and the beaches.

Lungomare Argentina
Lungomare Argentina

Its location is ideal both for visiting the city and its villas, the Paize Autu (the ancient village) and Villa Garnier, the small marina, as well as a base for trips in the valleys of the hinterland or to the nearby Costa Azzura, with Menton, Monaco and Nice (30 min drive).

Villa Garnier
Villa Garnier

The proximity to the beaches, the train station, the bus stop under the B&B and all the shops, bars and restaurants in the center of Bordighera and Bordighera Alta makes it absolutely suitable for a holiday.

Sant Ampelio
Sant Ampelio

Furthermore, private parking is available 50 meters away.

The two mini suites have a private entrance, bathroom and private terrace, television, mini bar, internet connection and wifi.

The downstairs double room has a private bathroom, television, minibar, internet connection and wifi and the terrace of the structure.

Spoken languages ​​:
Italian, French, English

rooms

The Gioia

The Gioia
The Gioia

The Gioia room is a comfortable double room (16m2) in which, on request, an extra bed or a cot can be added.

Services include: breakfast à la carte, wifi, television, bathroom, hairdryer, slippers, bathrobe and shower gel, access to the shared terrace

Paid parking: € 5 per night.

Price: 80€.
Single use – 15%.

Additional guest per night: from 0 to 3 years + € 10, from 3 to 13 years + € 20, over 13 to 17 years + € 30, adults + € 35.

No smoking – No animals

Tourist tax € 1.50 per person per day for the first six days (no tourist tax to be paid in October and November)

The Côté Jardin

Camera Côté Jardin
The Côté Jardin

The Côté Jardin is a very spacious double room (25 m2) furnished with a large double bed and two single beds. On request, a sofa bed or a cot can be added. It has a large private terrace (18 m2), set up as a hanging garden, furnished with a garden lounge, a parasol and a sink.

The Côté Jardin
The Côté Jardin

Services include: breakfast à la carte, wifi, television, bathroom, hairdryer, slippers, bathrobe and shower gel, access to the shared terrace

Paid parking: € 5 per night.

Price: 90€.
Single use – 15%.

Additional guest per night: from 0 to 3 years + € 10, from 3 to 13 years + € 20, over 13 to 17 years + € 30, adults + € 35.

No smoking – No animals

Tourist tax € 1.50 per person per day for the first six days (no tourist tax to be paid in October and November)

The Nautilus

Camera Nautilus
The Nautilus

The Nautilus is the largest of the rooms (30 m2) and is equipped with a double bed and two single beds. A cot can be added on request. It has a large bathroom with double sinks and a small private terrace, furnished with a sitting area and a sink. It is very bright and from the terrace you can see a corner of the sea.

Services include: breakfast à la carte, wifi, television, bathroom, hairdryer, slippers, bathrobe and shower gel, access to the shared terrace

Paid parking: € 5 per night.

Price: 97€.
Single use – 15%.

Additional guest per night: from 0 to 3 years + € 10, from 3 to 13 years + € 20, over 13 to 17 years + € 30, adults + € 35.

No smoking – No animals

Tourist tax € 1.50 per person per day for the first six days (no tourist tax to be paid in October and November)

Prices (per night) are approximate and may vary from high to low season and according to the number of people.

For more information, contact us by phone at +39 3485146643 or use the contact form

Bordighera

City of Palm Trees

Bordighera “City of Palms”, 30 minutes drive from Monaco, is an attractive seaside resort with panoramas from Genoa (on a clear day) to Monte Carlo. A large English colony, attracted by the mild climate, settled here in the second half of the 19th century and is still very much in evidence today; you regularly find people taking afternoon tea in the cafés, and streets are named after Queen Victoria and Shakespeare. This was the first town in Europe to grow date palms, and its citizens still have the exclusive right to provide the Vatican with palm fronds for Easter celebrations.

Thanks partly to its many year-round Residents, Bordighera doesn’t close down entirely in the off-season like some Riviera resorts, but rather serves as a quiet winter haven for all ages. With plenty of hotels and restaurants and a lovely seafront promenade, Bordighera makes a good base for exploring the region.

Long before Bordighera became a fashionable seaside resort, it entered world history (of art) when the French painter Claude Monet visited the place in 1884, fascinated by the Mediterranean light and the lush colors. You could actually make the case that it was here, on the coast of the Italian Riviera, where he developed his mature style that would, eventually, make him rich and a household name all over the world.

Monet came to Bordighera mainly to paint the once famous Moreno gardens, which no longer exist, but many of the villas that featured in his townscapes are still standing, including the Villa Garnier, the home of the architect who built the Monte Carlo Casino and the Paris Opera and who spent most of his life in this town.

Bordighera Map
Bordighera Map

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