Towns

Living in historical towns of the finalese inland and on its coast to discover the ancient settlements: impressive sites with their people and their traditions.

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Finalborgo is a
Varigotti - unique beautiful sea- and landscapes.
Its foundations sunk into the beach and picturesque features built into the structure of the houses, this 15th-century village lies tucked away behind the headland.
The current-day town of Finalmarina is the result of two thousand years of complex historical events.Proof of the existence of a first settlement in the natural inlet by the mouth of the Pora Creek dates back to after the Roman conquest of Western Liguria in 181 BCE.
Verezzi is an exquisite group of four hilltop villages surrounded by Mediterranean scrub with breath-taking views.
Dominated by the impressive Rocca di Corno (Corno Rock), Verzi stands on the left side of the Sciusa Valley with its 15th-century parish church dedicated to Saint Gennaro; its medieval stone houses with their typical portals and door-steps; its narrow alleyways and typical arches connecting the houses.
Varigotti - unique beautiful sea- and landscapes.
Its foundations sunk into the beach and picturesque features built into the structure of the houses, this 15th-century village lies tucked away behind the headland.
In Italian Rialto means
The hamlet of Orco stands 377 metres above sea level on the mountain ridge between the Cornei and the Aquila Creek valleys.
Monte di Pia or just
Three kilometres up the Isasco road from Varigotti, you will come to Isasco village - inhabited since ancient times. Once a Roman farmstead (Latin: fundus), dating back to the first century CE, Isasco was a small rural settlement which developed on flat terrain whose many springs rendered it especially suited to farming.
The current-day town of Finalmarina is the result of two thousand years of complex historical events.Proof of the existence of a first settlement in the natural inlet by the mouth of the Pora Creek dates back to after the Roman conquest of Western Liguria in 181 BCE.
Finalborgo is a
Feglino stands at the bottom of the valley on the left bank of the Aquila Creek. This village of red-roofed country dwellings was built around the majestic medieval parish church of Saint Lorenzo which was renovated in the Baroque style in the 19th century.
The main nucleus of the village of Calice Ligure is in the Pora Creek Valley, where the land is given over to orchards, vineyards, olive groves and vegetable gardens.
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
On the western slope of Monte Tolla, at the feet of the Finale Stone cliffs, halfway up the hillside, rises the ancient nucleus of Calvisio Vecchia, also indicated with the medieval toponym of “Lacremata”, in local dialect “Lacrema”, that could come from a fire that happened in the area.
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