Visit Olivastri in the hinterland of Imperia during your stay in liguria, italy.
It is an ideal starting point for excursions
The village which lies in the hinterland of Liguria is 250 meters above sea level and has a population of 43 inhabitants. Olive groves and rural surroundings make the small village a recreational destination. Visitors can go to the surrounding environment on numerous hiking trails in Olivastri and spend an unforgettable holiday there in a holiday house in harmony with nature. Mountain bikers will obviously get their money’s worth on trails around the village.
The environment is very specialized in agribusiness but especially in the production of Olive oil. The pride of the village is the Parish Church of Mary built in the 16th Century in the main square of the village. But the St. Joseph’s Church above the village and surrounded by olive groves is also worth visiting if one pays a visit to the small town.
One thing you should by all means try out is the typical Ligurian specialties offered in the village.
The panoramic view of the coast and the sea are also impressive.
Olivastri is a small village in the Chiusavecchia Municipality. The town was founded in the early Middle Ages. It was long independent before it was incorporated into the Chiusavecchia Municipality in 1923.
Olivastri is part of the Chiusavecchia Municipality and is a village in the Imperian Province located in the Liguria region. There are several other villages near Olivastri like: Borgoratto (2.9 km), Sarola (1.9 km) and Lucinasco (8.5 km). Take the highway exit Imperia Est from Genoa and take the SS28 up to Via XX Setembre till you connect to the Piazza della Chiesa in Olivastri.