Province of Imperia, Liguria
The Province of Imperia includes the territory of the magnificent "Riviera dei Fiori", and was established in 1927, and was the original capital of Porto Maurizio, a town that was later fused to Oneglia, and the new town was renamed after the Impero stream, that used to divide them, as Imperia.
The province includes beautiful towns as Ventimiglia, the province capital Imperia, Sanremo, among the few places in Italy with a casino, and picturesque villages in the hinterland, some of which are included among the "most beautiful boroughs in Italy".
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- Area: 1,156 km²
- Population: about 220,000 inhabitants
- Zip/postal codes: 18100, 18010-18039
- Phone Area Codes: 0183, 0184, 0196
- Car Plate: IM
- Communes: 67 communes
- Official website: www.provincia.imperia.it
- According to an administrative reform, from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled for suppression and fusion with the Province of Savona.
The Comuni in the Province
Airole | Apricale | Aquila di Arroscia | Armo | Aurigo | Badalucco | Bajardo | Bordighera | Borghetto d'Arroscia | Borgomaro | Camporosso | Caravonica | Carpasio | Castellaro | Castelvittorio | Ceriana | Cervo | Cesio | Chiusanico | Chiusavecchia | Cipressa | Civezza | Cosio di Arroscia | Costarainera | Diano Arentino | Diano Castello | Diano Marina | Diano San Pietro | Dolceacqua | Dolcedo | Imperia | Isolabona | Lucinasco | Mendatica | Molini di Triora | Montalto Ligure | Montegrosso Pian Latte | Olivetta San Michele | Ospedaletti | Perinaldo | Pietrabruna | Pieve di Teco | Pigna | Pompeiana | Pontedassio | Pornassio | Prela | Ranzo | Rezzo | Riva Ligure | Rocchetta Nervina | San Bartolomeo al Mare | San Biagio della Cima | San Lorenzo al Mare | Sanremo | Santo Stefano al Mare | Seborga | Soldano | Taggia | Terzorio | Triora | Vallebona | Vallecrosia | Vasia | Ventimiglia | Vessalico | Villa Faraldi