Tag Archives: trekking

Trekking in the vineyards

The Piedmont’s hills go down slowly, taking the lovers of active tourism to the rough terraces of Liguria, land of villages perched to the rocks just over the blue of the sea. This beauty fills up the eyes as a prize for who decides to follow the 24 trails proposed by these regions, Liguria and Piedmont, for the project “Trekking in the vineyards”.

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Genoa: city of trekking

A city made for walk: you have to experience it with the slow pace of your footsteps, discovering the treasures of art and history and capturing the genuine soul of the land, that you can “breathe” across the mysterious alleyways of the old center that tell you endless stories or climbing the “creuze”, which, from the ancient heart of the port, leading to a world of mountains, forests and trails

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Archaeology-trekking in Finale Ligure

The Archaeologic Museum of Finale and the Finalese Section of International Institute of Ligurian Studies, with the support of Finale Ligure Municipality and the Institution for Archaeologic Ligurian Heritage, organize five events with the archaelogy in Finale Ligure.

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Alta Via dei Monti Liguri

A Long Green Way

Going along Alta Via dei Monti Liguri is one of the most charming ways to admire the beauties of Liguria, almost a very long double showcase of over 400 kilometers, facing on the one side the sea and on the other side the Po Plain and the Alpine chain.

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Sassello

The basin of Sassello, a holiday resort on the northern side of the Ligurian Apennines, has a characteristically varied landscape and an abundance of fossils. Although archaeological discoveries show that there was human settlement on Monte Beigua in Neolithic times, there is little mention of Sassello before 1273, when the Ponzone family conceded the feudal estate to the Dorias.

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Dego

Situated along the ancient Via Aemilia Scauri, Dego developed in mediaeval times as an agricultural and trading centre as well as a strategic fortification: if you leave from the left bank of the Bormida di Spigno, which is joined by the Rio Grillero just outside the town, it is easy to find the old pathways that led into lower Piedmont.

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