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Punta Marguareis

Punta Marguareis, 18025 Briga Alta, Province of Cuneo, Italy

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About Punta Marguareis

The Punta Marguareis is a mountain of the Alps high 2,651 m. It is the highest peak in the Ligurian Alps, a nodal point between the Pesio Valley, the Tanaro Valley and the Roia Valley. It has been located since 1947 on the Italian - French borderline, between the province of Cuneo and department of the Alpes-Maritimes. One of the nice trekking destination and also you can spend some nice time here by enjoying the breath taking views



Attractions near Punta Marguareis

Col de Tende9.89km from Punta Marguareis

The Col de Tende is a mountain pass in the Alps, on the border of France and Italy, at 44°9′ N 7°33.96′ E. It separates the Maritime Alps from the Ligurian Alps. It connects Nice and Tende in Alpes-Maritimes with Cuneo in Piedmont. The altitude of the pass itself is 1870 m. One of the picturesque locations in this area and also you can spend some nice time there.

Prato Nevoso S.P.A.12.42km from Punta Marguareis

Prato Nevoso is a ski resort, the village of the municipality of Frabosa Sottana, in the province of Cuneo, near Mondovi, part of the Mondolè Ski. Its ski offer is mainly aimed at a clientele of medium difficulty ski level due to the relative ease of its slopes, but the tourist attraction is remarkable because the station is located in a very sunny and warm area. The resourcefulness of its managers and the continuous renewal of its ski lifts have given it the nickname of " Sestriere del Cuneese

Colle di Nava17.34km from Punta Marguareis

The Colle di Nava - simply said with Nava - is a crossing of the Ligurian Alps, located in the municipal territory Pornassio, province of Imperia, which connects the valley Arroscia and the Tanaro Valley.  On the pass there is an inhabited center, Nava, divided into two hamlets, almost joined together: Colle di Nava - on the summit - and Case di Nava, 500 meters from the summit on the side of the Tanaro valley . 4 km from the summit, on the side of the Tanaro valley in Ponte di Nava, is the bord

Vallée des merveilles22.06km from Punta Marguareis

The Vallée des Merveilles is a mountain area and a valley loacted in southern France. It holds the largest quantity of open-air Bronze Age petroglyphs in Europe.

Monte Toraggio22.28km from Punta Marguareis

Mount Toraggio is a mountainous relief that rises on the watershed between the Val Nervia and Roia valley, on the border between Liguria and France. Although this relief is located in the mountain range of the Ligurian Alps, the top of the mountain is just over 20 km from the Ligurian Sea as the crow flies, even from its summit, it is possible to see the beaches of Bordighera and San Remo.

Valle Gesso24.5km from Punta Marguareis

The Gesso Valley is a valley in the Maritime Alps, characterized by the vast basin of the Gesso stream, largely shaped by the action of glaciers.  Geographically it acts as a "hinge" between the two stretches of the Maritime perpendicular to each other, the East-West one and the South-North oriented one.  In Valle Gesso there are the highest peaks of the Maritime Alps, namely the two peaks of Monte Argentera.

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Piedmont is a region in northwest Italy, one of the 20 regions of the country. It borders the Liguria region to the south, the Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna regions to the east, and the Aosta Valley region to the northwest; it also borders Switzerland to the northeast and France to the west. It has an area of 25,402 km2 making it the second-largest region of Italy after Sicily and a population of 4,322,805 as of 30 June 2020. The capital of Piedmont is Turin.