Triora, a small village located in the hinterland of Taggia, is part of the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy and was awarded the Orange Flag by the Italian Touring Club in 2007. The local history of Triora bears witness to the famous witch trials that took place between 1587 and 1589. Some local women were accused of being the perpetrators of continual plagues, acid rain, killing of livestock and even of cannibalism towards infants. The convictions for alleged witchcraft caused the death of several girls and even a boy. Even today the town is known for its witch trials (or presumed such) so much so as to create the Museum of Ethnography and Witchcraft of Triora, designed by the local historian Father Francesco Ferraironi which had been greatly desired by a group of Triora enthusiasts. A visit to these rooms is the best way to start an unforgettable journey that leads to the discovery of Triora, its nature, its history and its people.