This is a town with ancient origins, in the green Genoa hinterland, full of wonderful landscapes

It is an ancient village, maybe of Roman origins, between the Riccò and Secca streams. Today, you can admire eight small hamlets with luxuriant hills. Leave for a tour in a place where important traces of the past have been discovered, such as the bronze table in the Polcevera valley, dating back to 117 B.C. Stop at the churches, including the San Martino and Valleregia churches, whose bell tower is on an ancient Roman fortress. Sit at the table and taste the typical corzetti (a kind of handmade fresh pasta) with a glass of DOC wine, among the best wines in Liguria.

What to see: San Martino church