Villa Nobel, located in Corso Cavallotti in Sanremo, was built in 1870 by the Rivolese pharmacist Pietro Vaccheri. This was the last residence of Alfred Nobel, who bought it in 1892, restructured it by raising it by a floor. Nobel loved to call it "My Nest" and moved there mainly for health reasons. It has belonged to the community since 1969, and has since been the venue for important meetings, events or cultural events. Since 2002 the villa has been completely restored in its original form. it is open to the public and can be visited, it houses a museum on the discoveries and inventions of the nineteenth century, in addition the gardens of the villa are managed by the IPAA high school, the Professional Institute for Agriculture and the Environment of Sanremo.
Entry to the public is free.
Corso Cavallotti – Sanremo
Distance from the l Marina: 20 minutes by car
Tel: +39 328 5304665
From Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 to 12.30, Friday and Saturday afternoon also from 15.30 to 18.00. Closed Sunday and Monday.