07 May ONE VILLAGE, TWO PARKS
An unsuspected world, just a few kilometers from the Riviera. A universe composed of green pastures, dense and luxuriant forests and exuberant flora. There are several hiking trails with Campo Ligure as a starting point.
The Beigua Regional Natural Park is the largest protected area in Liguria and the richest in geological, botanical and wildlife emergencies. In 2015 the Park was recognized as a UNESCO site within the prestigious list of Global Geoparks.
Just beyond the country borders, the Capanne di Marcarolo Natural Park extends along the Ligurian-Piedmontese Apennines. The area is of particular interest due to the abundance of waterways and has the peculiarity of enjoying the view of the Ligurian Gulf, located less than ten kilometers away.