Surrounded by thick forests and enhanced by a river, a land that draws magnificent landscapes and shows important traces of the past

Two villages - Isola and Cantone - separated by the Scrivia river and framed by mountains. Discover a rural flavours amongst the old towns, admire the 17th century palazzo Spinola that accommodates the Olubrense academy, and the church of San Michele Arcangelo that is home to a precious 17th century crucifix. In addition to the perfectly preserved 13th century Spinola-Mignacco castle, there are also archaeological traces that date back to the Neolithic period. From history to industrial archaeology, to moments of fun. You can live a special atmosphere at the lime kilns in Creverina to arrive at the river that offers up magnificent pockets of green, enlivened by the canyoning teams.

What to see: palazzo Spinola, church of San Michele Arcangelo, Archaeological Museum