For those who want to discover one of the most famous routes in Liguria, we recommend this itinerary which is located on the border between Italy and France. From the Agriturismo, continue towards Colle dʻOggia, Carpasio, Molini di Triora. At Molini di Triora you turn true Colle Langan and then Colle Melosa. Dal Colle Melosa (Rifugio Cai Allavena). The Allavena Refuge is about 40 km from the Agriturismo. (About 1.5 hours drive) The Toraggio Mountains (1973 m s.l.m.) and Pietravecchia, (2038 m. S.l.m.) also nicknamed the small Ligurian Dolomites, where the marmots live and the rhododendrons bloom…. and only 50 kilometers from the sea! We are close to Pigna and Triora, to Badalucco and Dolceacqua, where the Roja, Nervia and Argentina valleys meet. In the months of May and June it is possible to admire the blooms in the moment of greatest splendor. A bit of history: between the two world wars, the Alpine troops dug a path, suspended in the void, carved into the fragile rocks of Pietravecchia and Toraggio. There was already a path that, before the Second World War, was still in Italian territory ¬ but was on the other side, and there you could be seen by the French, ready ¬second Mussolini¬ to fire on soldiers and mules of the Italian army. A heroic undertaking, digging in the rock and opening up a road in the cliff!