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Arroscia

Arroscia, Province of Savona, Italy

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About Arroscia

The Arroscia is a large stream in Liguria, about 36 km long, which flows in the provinces of Imperia and Savona. It was born in the Ligurian Alps in the province of Imperia from the Guardia Pass at over 2,000 meters above sea level, flowing very impetuously and encased, also forming a beautiful waterfall near Mendatica.



Attractions near Arroscia

Gallinara7km from Arroscia

L ' island Gallinara or island Gallinaria is an island located off the coast of Liguria, on the Riviera di Ponente, opposite the town of Albenga to whom it belongs. The island is 1.5 km from the coast, from which it is separated by an average 12 m deep channel; it constitutes the Regional Natural Reserve of the Gallinara Island.

Toirano9.21km from Arroscia

Toirano is an Italian town of 2 681 inhabitants in the province of Savona in Liguria.  The valley probably housed a settlement already in Roman times: the findings of traces of walls in the locality of Poggi dated to the first century.  Toirano borders the following municipalities: Balestrino, Bardineto, Boissano, Borghetto Santo Spirito, Castelvecchio di Rocca Barbena, and Ceriale. The town centre is located on the Varatella banks.

Lerici14.26km from Arroscia

Lérici is an Italian town of 9,908 inhabitants in the province of La Spezia in Liguria. It is the fourth municipality of the province by a number of inhabitants.  With the provincial capital and Porto Venere, it is one of the three municipalities that overlook the Gulf of Poets. Its district Tellaro is included in the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy.

Grotte di Borgio Verezzi17.31km from Arroscia

The caves of Borgio Verezzi - also known as Valdemino caves - are a complex cavity karst relevant tourist located in Borgio Verezzi, in the province of Savona.  The cave complex is managed directly by the Municipality of Borgio Verezzi.  They are a classic example of a karst phenomenon, whose structure has been generated over time by the slow erosion of water through the rock.

Villa Grock19.73km from Arroscia

The Villa Grock is a villa built by Adrian Wettach, world-famous clowns known as " Grock ", originally known as the "White House". It is located in Imperia in the hamlet of Oneglia and was the residence of the Grock family in the first half of the 20th century.  The garden has been open to the public since its renovation in 2006.  The house and gardens are characterized by the artist's personal taste, with a particular Art Deco accent, but also show oriental and historicist influences.

Colle del Melogno19.92km from Arroscia

The Melogno hill is a crossing of the Ligurian Alps located in the Province of Savona. It connects the city of Finale Ligure, in the western Ligurian Riviera, to the municipality of Calizzano in the Bormida valley, and then to Piedmont through the Val Tanaro.  The pass is located on the main Alpine chain. On its north side, there are extensive beech woods, including the Barbottina state-owned forest, with centuries-old beech trees over 50 meters high. Beside the beech grow the birch, the Scots p

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The Liguria region is a destination recommended both for those who like relaxation and for dynamic people: with its jagged land, its hills, peaks and cliff-hanging villages, is the ideal spot for hiking or bicycling, diving or paragliding, as well as visiting villages rich in history.