|Elevation Gain||181 m|
|Altitude Difference||166,3 m|
Short and very scenic route. It crosses the four hamlets of Borgio Verezzi (Crosa, Poggio, Roccaro and Piazza) offering changing scenery from the holm-oak woods
to the typical shrubs of the Mediterranean maquis until you reach the spectacular panoramic viewpoint on the cliff overlooking the sea, which allows you to look west to the island Gallinara and
east to Genoa and beyond. Definitely an itinerary not to be missed if you love breathtaking views. A visit to the Old Quarry where the Pietra di Verezzi stone
was extracted and to the Church of San Martino where you can rest in front of a glass of wine while enjoying the view is also a must.
The Church of San Martino
On the top of Mount Orera we find the parish church of San Martino Bishop of Tours (patron saint of Verezzi). The church was built around 1625 on the initiative......
The Old Quarry
It was one of the few Stone Quarries of the Finale cultivated in a gallery. The cultivation technique called "cannetta" involved the use of........
Finalborgo - Porta Testa square
Moving to Borgio Verezzi to reach the starting point of the path and the return will be carried out by private vehicles, trying to optimize the number of cars.