Dolceacqua is a typical medieval village of Val Nervia, in Liguria.
 
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The feud of the Doria

Where to eat in Dolceacqua

L'Osteria di Caterina
L'Osteria di Caterina
Osteria di Caterina is a traditional Ligurian trattoria, located near the castle of Doria, in the medieval village of Dolceacqua.
Piazza P. G. Mauro, 9 - 18035, Camporosso (IM)

Where to eat nearby

Restaurant Bar Au Gaggian
Restaurant Bar Au Gaggian
The Restaurant Bar Au Gaggian is located just outside the village of Perinaldo, 12 km from Bordighera and Ventimiglia, in Liguria.
Via Antonio Gramsci 13, Perinaldo (IM)
3.93 Kilometers from Dolceacqua
Da Delio
Da Delio
Da Delio Ristorante Apricale offers its local cooking based on the products that the surrounding countryside offers.
Piazza Vittorio Veneto 9, Apricale (IM)
4.41 Kilometers from Dolceacqua

Where to eat within the province

Ristorante Locanda Bellavista
Ristorante Locanda Bellavista
At the highest point of the village, from its terrace you can dominate the sea.
Piazza al Castello, 2, Cervo (IM)
40.24 Kilometers from Dolceacqua

Other destinations nearby

Perinaldo
Perinaldo
The medieval village of Perinaldo in Liguria is called Poggio delle Stelle, for its astronomical Observatory "G. D. Cassini"
Imperia - 3.97 KM from Dolceacqua
Apricale
Apricale
Apricale is a medieval village perched in the Ligurian hinterland, in Val Nervia.
Imperia - 4.31 KM from Dolceacqua
Seborga
Seborga
Seborga is a small Ligurian village that became famous for the Principality.
Imperia - 6.31 KM from Dolceacqua
Pigna
Pigna
In Pigna, in Liguria, time and life depend on the passing of the seasons, while the rules and standards are imposed by the climate.
Imperia - 9.56 KM from Dolceacqua
Bussana Vecchia
Bussana Vecchia
Bussana Vecchia is a hilly fraction of the town of Sanremo, in Liguria.
Imperia - 16.54 KM from Dolceacqua
Triora
Triora
The village of Triora is located in the Argentina Valley, in Liguria.
Imperia - 19.4 KM from Dolceacqua

NOTE: distances are set as the crow flies.

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