Diano Marina Holidays

Sweeping stretches of sandy beaches, clear waters and a laid-back atmosphere make this coastal resort an ideal choice for a relaxing holiday on the Italian Riviera.

Also known as the city of orange trees, the tree-lined promenade provides a pleasant place for a pre-dinner stroll and there are a good choice of authentic restaurants and shops in the small town centre that’s filled with characterful streets and historic churches. You’ll find plenty of spots to sunbathe on the town’s beaches that stretch almost as far as the eye can see. The resort is also ideal for those who want to explore the surrounding areas – the popular town of Alassio is just a half-hour drive away.

  • 86 rooms

Hotel Diana Majestic is a great base to explore Liguria and even the French Riviera. The town's station has regular trains that stop all along the coastline and have amazing sea views. Get closer to the sea at the hotel's private beach - the water's clear and the beach is sandy. There's also two pools and lovely gardens to relax in. Take the short walk into town in the evening for a pre-dinner drink or nightcap.

Things To Do


The nearby town has a glamorous reputation and is where you'll find one of the oldest casinos in Italy. Inland is a authentic scene of hidden trattorias and cobbled streets winding through the town.


Liguria's capital is alos home to Italy’s largest sea port and has lots to do. The historic centre houses boutique stores and plenty of bars and restaurants, while the harbour is home to Europe's largest aquarium.

Good to know

  • Locally produced “Taggiasca" olive oil is the perfect accompaniment to any meal
  • It’s streets are lined with orange trees giving it its name as the Citta degli aranci
  • You can walk or cycle along the Seafront promenade from Diano Marina to Imperia
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