Dolceacqua, a typical medieval village, is located along the Nervia stream. The oldest part of the village, located at the foot of Mount Rebuffao, is dominated by the Doria castle and is called Terra by the inhabitants. The more modern one, called the Borgo, stretches on the opposite bank, on the sides of the road that goes up the valley. Dolceacqua is a restored historical centre, with many events and guided tours throughout the year and offers above all a high quality enogastronomic offering, with products from the hinterland and, in first place, the Rossese wine of Dolceacqua which is the first DOC Liguria. The small town is part of the Val Nervia, which includes Isolabona, Apricale, Rocchetta Nervina, Castel Vittorio and Pigna. All these towns have kept their characteristics of medieval villages intact, often perched on the hills of the valley offering spectacular scenery, real small villages surrounded by nature.
Distance from the Marina: 70 minutes by car