Conveniently reached by car, the Riviera dei Fiori (Flowers Riviera)
– spanning from Andora (Capo Mele) to the French border – offers unbelievable views and colours,
farms, greenhouses, ancient olive groves, vineyards and woods,
which thrive both because of the mild climate and for the tireless work of local farmers.
Its fame is associated with the villages of Taggia, Dolceacqua (with its Doria Castle),
Apricale (with the Lucertola castle), Perinaldo (with the Cassini astronomical observatory),
Triora (renowned for the witchcraft trials of the past), and Pieve di Teco.
But let us not forget the art and spa town of Pigna,
the Rocchetta Nervina hiking area and the Monesi e Bussana Vecchia ski resort.