Grotte di Toirano – The caves of Toirano, in the province of Savona, are a complex of karst cavities of tourist importance, known for the variety of forms of stalactites and stalagmites, due to their extension, for the discovery of traces of the “Homo Sapiens Sapiens “of over 12,000 years ago and remains of Ursus spelaeus of about 25,000 years of age. In the caves of Toirano you can find footprints of prehistoric men and bear bones that took refuge there to escape the last ice age, dating back to 30,000 years ago.
Borgio Caves – The caves of Borgio Verezzi – also known as Valdemino caves – are a complex of karst cavities of tourist importance located in Borgio Verezzi, in the province of Savona.
Palazzo Doria – Palazzo Doria in the historic center of Loano. Today the town hall was built during the 16th century, between 1574 and 1578 and perhaps designed by the architect Galeazzo Alessi. It has a sixteenth-century slate portal, a loggia with paintings on the left side and a mosaic floor dating back to the 3rd century, coming from the archaeological excavations of the area. In the years 1685-1687 Taddeo Carlone, destined for the garden, built the marble fountain Giovanna and a second stone in the Finale.
Castello dei Doria – The ancient castle rises in a panoramic position, on a hill stretching towards the plain at Loano. Begun before the 12th century as a fortified enclosure, with the first Dorias it assumed the function of residence of the feudal lords until it took the current form of Renaissance palace in the 16th-17th century. Sold to the Fieschis in 1505 and returned to Andrea Doria by Emperor Charles V in 1547, it was run by the illustrious family until 1736 when it became part of the Kingdom of Sardinia. The medieval village of Borgo Castello located in the area north of the city develops at the foot of the castle and preserves the characteristic central square overlooked by arcades and small terraces and from which cobbled lanes start and the stairway with long steps that rises to the foot of the castle.
Convent of Monte Carmelo (Loano) – the Convent of Mount Carmel which is one of the most interesting works of the late Ligurian Mannerism. An imposing complex, it required great preparatory work, including the construction of a viaduct, similar to a monumental bridge that from the village climbs up to the square and together the ramp with cobblestone that goes up on the opposite side. The whole complex, consisting of the church crowned by the high dome adjacent to the west-facing palace, or Casotto as it was then called, from the isolated tower at the northern end and from the convent around the large cloister was begun in the 1500s and finished in Around 1610
Oratorio di San Giovanni Battista
Colle del Melogno
Rocca di Perti
Santuario di Santa Lucia
Castello di Balestrino
Chiesa di San Nicolò