the valley of traditions

Val Prino: historic villages, painted doors, Saracen towers.

  • Porto Maurizio is the historic center of Imperia. The Parasio is the highest and oldest viewpoint of the city, rich in monuments and ancient buildings. Of note are the Cathedral of San Maurizio, the largest church in all of Liguria, the loggias of Santa Chiara and the oratory of San Pietro, which with its baroque facade dominates the western slope of the parasio.
  • Poggi is a small village surrounded by olive trees and perched on top of a promontory in the lower part of the Val Prino with a spectacular panoramic view of the sea and Porto Maurizio, dominated by the Parasio. Poggi is composed of two residential areas, one upper and one lower, divided in half by the parish church of the Madonna della Neve and the Oratory of Sant’Antonio.
  • Torazza is located in the hinterland and is a small hamlet surrounded by greenery, with its Saracen tower overlooking the town.
  • Dolcedo is a small town in the hinterland of the Val Prino. Of note is the Chapel of Santa Brigida, outside the center.
  • In Valloria, art lovers will be able to discover more than 100 works of art: painted doors. They are the doors of stables, warehouses and cellars, interpreted by internationally renowned artists during the summer festivals that animate Valloria in a unique mix of culture and joy. Bellissimi is the town of paper balloons and Lecchiore, with its crystal clear water ponds.

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