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The Torre del Salto is in the village of Verezzi, in the Province of Savona. Verezzi is one of two villages that make up Borgio Verezzi, a small district which is a popular tourist destination on the Italian Riviera. Its particular beauty has given it a place in the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Various cultures have succeeded one another over the centuries, and each has left its mark in the development of this urban and cultural jewel.

Thousands of tourists visit Borgio Verezzi every year to enjoy a magnificent seaside holiday, but this Liguria village offers much more all year round. The small hills are perfect for outdoor walks to discover the splendid local countryside: there is a planned route with signposts indicating the botanical, historical and architectural aspects of the area. Many other footpaths of varying distances are also indicated to visit the ancient historical settlements developed over the centuries.

The caves of Valdemino, discovered during the last century, are a must for visitors to the Borgio Verezzi. The presence of many different minerals of varying shades makes the caves, which stretch for several kilometres under the village, the most colourful in Italy. The village is also home to a museum which has, over the years, gained national recognition. It is the “museo dell’orologio da torre” or the “Tower Clock Museum” and was founded by clockmaker Giovanni Bergallo in the ex civic hall in Bardino Nuoco. With a 15 minute walk can also visit a Phoenician Mill.

In July and August the village hosts a national theatre festival, the “Festival Teatrale di Borgio Verezzi” was first held in 1967 and many shows due to tour Italy can be seen in preview here.

In nearby Ventimiglia there are also the Handbury Botanical Gardens, 18 hectares on the headland of La Mortola, and just a few kilometres away there are also Bordighera, and the French towns of Mentone, Montecarlo and Nice. For sea-lovers there is also the possibility of an organised whale-watching trip in the heart of the whale sanctuary.