San Remo is an Italian town in the province of Imperia in Liguria, Italy.
San Remo has about 56,000 inhabitants in 2007. By number of inhabitants, it is the fourth community Ligurian after Genoa, La Spezia and Savona.
The names of the inhabitants in French is Sanrémasques, with typical suffix-ask the old Ligurian. They traditionally spoke dialects Ligurian intémélien, of Intemelia, Roman name for the region that stretched from Sanremo to Nice.
It is a tourist city, known for the cultivation of flowers (held each year a flower parade, San Remo flowers, hence the nickname City of Flowers), for its festival of Italian song, and his rally car its role arrival cycling race Milan-San Remo Point.
San Remo has the distinction of being one of four Italian cities to have a casino.
The privileged geographical position of the city, in an area protected by the mountain creek, contributes to its mild climate makes Sanremo cures to a suitable destination in all seasons.