Lush land with a vocation for fine wine, a past of battles that is renewed and gives new moments of inspiration

Rural village included in the Aleramic borderlands, it still preserves its turbulent history of Spanish conquests. Here the past still lives on and meanders through the lush landscape, ranging from Mediterranean brush to mountain scenarios of chestnut groves and pine forests. Let yourselves go and get back a feel for nature by hiking along one of the tracks. The old town houses 15th century churches, spaces that renew painting traditions and typical trattorias where you can try out genuine, flavourful dishes. Don’t miss the ravioli, accompanied by the excellent Lumassina and Barbarossa wines, according to a Ligurian and Piedmont tradition.