Discover wonderful buildings and monuments in the town of Calvisio during your stay in Liguria, Italy.
Calvisio is picturesquely located on the southern slopes of Monte Tolla
One of the attractions in Calvisio is the church of San Cipriano which is built according to the Roman architectural style.
In addition, Villa Buraggi from the renaissance era and built in the 16th – 17th centuries, stands directly opposite the church.
The hamlet of Calvisio is very old, as can be seen from the existing buildings, and the San Cipriano Church had already been elevated to the level of a parish church.
The municipality, together with Varigotti, was an independent municipality known as Final Pia until 1868. Final Marina, Final Pia and Finalborgo were then combined to form Final Ligure in 1927.
Calvisio Vecchio lies in Finale Ligure on the southern slopes of Monte Tolla, approx. 3 km away from the sea, and you can get there by taking the SS1 - Via Aurelia and then turning off into Via Calvisio; if you continue on this road along Torrente Sciusa it will take you directly to the old town centre.