This is a medieval village famous in olive production
Experience the breathtaking views of the town on a walk around the village
Torria offers some works of art that are well worth seeing: the drinking-trough beneath a sixteenth-century loggia, a bas-relief dated 1477 in the parish church of San Martino, the oratory of the Disciplinati della Santissima Annunziata and the sanctuary of the Madonna della Neve. This district is the venue for a biennial photography competition; the sports complex is equipped for fencing competitions.
You can take the path leading from an ancient stone wash-house in Torria and make your way up to the sanctuary of the Madonna della Neve and, passing through the woods, continue on to the San Giacomo pass and Monte Arosio.A small grocer’s and two good restaurants are located nearby.;
Just below Gazzelli, you can purchase the much awarded “Rocca di San Nicola” wine straight from the vineyard (Vermentino and Pigato). Excellent olive oil is also available, which is free of pesticides because it has been grown at altitudes above 400 m. This is also where lots of hiking or mountainbike trails start.
The small mountain village of Torria is part of the Chiusanico Municipality in the Imperia Province. The place was inhabited since the early Middle Ages and people lived mainly by olive growing. Torria became part of the Chiusanico community in the 12th Century and part of the Imperia Province.
Torria is part of the Chiusanico Municipality and is a village in the Imperia Province located in the Liguria region. There are several other villages near Torria like: Cesio (5.5 km), Chiusanico (2.6 km) and Chiusavecchia (7.3 km). Take the highway exit to Imperia Est from Genoa and take the SS28 towards Torino then the SP29 to Torria.
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