The Borgo of Boragni


Boragni is a small village at a wonderful scenic view point in the Sciusa Creek Valley, not far from Orco. Dominated by the majestic cliff of “Bastionata di Boragni” – a much loved destination for hikers and climbers – the village is surrounded by terraced olive groves and vineyards.

This is a charming example of a walled-in village, where terraced houses huddle together to form a barrage with very few, narrow openings towards the outside. A picturesque covered stone walkway winds its way through the centre of the village thereby creating a sheltered path among the houses.

The style of both houses and a number of doorways made out of Finale Stone may indicate that the rural hamlet of today first developed sometime in the 18th century. A small chapel dedicated to the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (dated 1725) stands at the edge of the village.



How to reach the site

If travelling on the A10 motorway from Genoa, Turin or Milan, take the Feglino exit; from all other directions take the Finale Ligure exit. A regular bus service runs from the railway station in Finalmarina.


Feel free to use fact sheets and website of the Museo Archeologico del Finale to tour the town and its monuments.




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