Relais del Maro

Maro Valley

Le vie del paese

Borgomaro

The settlement was built on a grid of regularly spaced streets, with the houses arranged in a checkerboard pattern. As a matter of fact, this was a settlement controlled and planned under the regime of the Lascaris. Mills and presses use the canals (“beudi”) that were built along the stream. The....
Maro Castello

Maro Castello & The Villas

Maro Castello The heart of Maro. It's a village sheltering close to the castle ruins, of which unfortunately nothing more than a part of the circular tower remains, with a fountain and houses with Medieval walls and the church of the Assumption. Ville San Sebastiano Three suburbs: Trucchi, Pelleg....

Conio & San Bernardo

Conio A handful of houses clustered together as a bastion of the last counts of Ventimiglia. There is a long-distance dialogue between the ancient church of San Maurizio, with influences from the 11th, 12th and 15th centuries, on the plain beneath the settlement and the bell-tower of the Baroque pa....

Aurigo & Poggialto

Aurigo A town in the middle of the coast, stretched out between the site of a castle with the palazzo of Count Ventimiglia, then De Gubernatis Ferrero, and the parish church of Natività di Maria, another building by Giacomo Filippo Marvaldi (project begun in 1700). There are terraced houses in the....

Candeasco & San Lazzaro Reale

Candeasco The placename harks back to its agricultural Roman-Ligurian roots. That is to say, 2,000 years ago these places were already inhabited and being cultivated. The internal streets are arranged in a way that connects them to the ancient roads leading to the neighbouring villages. The fulcrum....

Lucinasco

Luogo strategico, già fondo romano ligure dal territorio molto esteso, oggi quasi tutto popolato di olivi. Lucinasco è piena di luoghi attrattivi, un condensato di Liguria interna. La chiesa antica di Santo Stefano, ricostruita nel Settecento, si riflette, con qualche elemento ancora medievale, ne....

Caravonica, Colle San Bartolomeo and Arzeno

Caravonica This is the main town in the valley of the Trexenda stream, one of the affluents of the river Maro and which forms the Impero river. The ancient road rises up from Santo Lazzaro Reale, meeting the ruins of the church of San Michele near the cemetery. Perhaps a sign of the first settlemen....

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