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Piazza Padre Giovanni Mauro, 18035, Italy
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Piazza Padre Giovanni Mauro, 18035, Italy

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Reviewed February 22, 2017

This made for a good day trip from Villa from . We went by car, not sure if you can take the train or bus to it. They have a wonderful old fort which now has shops inside, very interesting to wander through

1  Thank MjPigott
Reviewed January 15, 2017 via mobile

On top of the agenda during our driving holiday in Liguria was to visit old villages that had retained their heritage. We were spoiled for choice, as it turns out especially if you have the nerve to take on the narrow roads that wind up...More

Thank NQTrish
Reviewed November 2, 2016

Italy is chock-a-block with interesting places to visit; the state of Liguria itself has more than you can count. But Dolceacqua is worth including on anyone's list of places to visit, if you have the time and are in the area. Monet painted here in...More

1  Thank jg3arrow
Reviewed October 6, 2016

Amazing place and so suprising to find such a place so near to Ventimiglia. Absolutely worth of visiting.

Thank Sari P
Reviewed September 23, 2016

Great half day trip from San Remo. Very interesting medieval village, - you can see and imagine way of leaving, - past and present. Stone bridge (from 15 century) loved by Claude Monet looks amazingly unreal. Had a wine testing (local Rose and White wines)...More

Thank t_yuliya
Reviewed September 21, 2016

This is a good day trip, but you will need good footwear. Climb up through cobbled ancient alleys past artisan craft shops to the castle atop the hill. Built to protect trade routes the castle dominates the hillside and offers spectacular views. Works that have...More

Thank Newtons888
Reviewed August 1, 2016

We visited in the early evening because we were watching a concert in the Piazza. Make sure you take the SP64, rather than doing what we did and ending up on much narrower, extremely steep, single track mountain roads. One of those funny stories to...More

Thank Paula M
Reviewed July 28, 2016 via mobile

Was looking for things to do around Ventimiglia and stumbled across Dolceacqua. Never seen such an old town like this before, such narrow and steep streets and tall town houses of 5-6 stories makes a very strange setting. Similar to the town in the Box...More

2  Thank Saldenryd
Reviewed July 21, 2016

Visiting this city, an old summer town of family Doria from Genoa, became our habit during last 15 years. It has nicely renoivated ruins of Doria castle overlooking an old city, which is a marvel by itself. A labirynth of semi covered, narrow streets with...More

1  Thank Piomak64
Reviewed July 10, 2016

Dolceacqua is dominated by an ancient castle that used to protect the town, the valley and all the estates of the noble families around it. The castle and the old town are very characteristic and represent the typical urban development of Ligurian settlement in the...More

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Peggy O
What was the name of the restaurant? Thanks!
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Response from Piomak64 | Reviewed this property |
It was Il Borgo
Paula M
Where to park
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Response from Juliette06600 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Just opposite of restaurant. Have a good day. Juliette
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