Ancient capital of the Ingauni (Ligurian tribe). It preserves several Roman findings.
The old town is characterized by towers, historic residences, small squares.
Don’t miss the museums and the archeological sites..
Very large karstic system rich of stalactites and stalagmites.
You can visit the Cave of the Witch and the Cave of Santa Lucia Inferiore.
They hold very important archeological findings, for examples remains of the cave bear and of prehistoric men.
Its origins date back to the 11th-12th centuries.
It was the ancient capital of the Del Carretto Marquisate between the 14th and 16th centuries.
It has been elected as “one of the most beautiful villages of Italy”.
The old town is surrounded by defensive walls, towers, gates and develops through many alleys.
Noteworthy medieval buildings.
Ancient seamen village, it keeps an untouched charm with its small squares, alleys and typical ligurian residences.
San Matteo Church is a baroque masterpiece.
Elected as “one of the best villages of Italy”, Cervo is an ancient medieval village on the hills with a breath-taking panorama on the sea.
Don’t miss the Clavesana castle, the Oratorio di Santa Caterina d’Alessandria, San Giovanni Battista church and Palazzo Morchio.
Popular seaside resort, also known as the “Town of the Flowers” (because of its flourishing flowers business). It is the location of the “Festival della Canzone Italiana”, of one of the four italian Casinò and it is the arrival point of the “Milano-Sanremo” cycling competition.