Behind the Gulf of Tigullio there is a corner of Liguria, protected by the highest peaks of the Apennines, immersed in the green of lush forests, dotted with ancient villages rich in history: we are in the Aveto Park, one of the richest areas of biodiversity in the region, which hosts birds of prey, wolves and wild horses.
A variety of landscapes that alternate strips of olive groves and vineyards with chestnut and hazelnut woods, beech and fir trees until you reach pastures and alpine pastures or plateaus from which you can admire glimpses of the sea, surrounded by a geological heritage of exceptional value.
A territory crossed by a dense network of paths that connect to the Alta Via dei Monti Liguri that in all seasons offers many different opportunities for trekking, mountain biking, horseback riding or snowshoeing and countless outdoor activities.
A unique richness of culture and tradition, found in rural architecture and monumental heritage, witnesses of a peasant memory that has left an indelible mark on the territory. A memory that today is renewed by recovering ancient cultivations and bringing to the table traditional dishes, enhanced by the use of wild aromatic herbs and local products.