An intimate corner in nature that is home to sacred reliquaries and treasures of Ligurian cuisine, like the famous Sant’Olcese salami

A tiny town in the Polcevera valley, in the Genoese hinterland. A small centre awaits you, proud of its church dedicated to the Olcese bishop and of its culinary traditions. Then tempt your taste buds with the “Sant’Olcese”, the consummate salami for the Genoese people, celebrated by a lively annual fair. The paths here are pleasant, including the botanical trail of Ciaè, which follows the old path to Orero where mules used to plod along bearing the fruit, wheat and other products of the land to the old Salt Road.

What to see: church and reliquaries of the saint, Park and Villa Serra of Comago