Up a narrow, dead-end valley lies Dolceaqua, a serene medieval town that's beauty once inspired Monet. Its original, steeply sited heart is watched over by a recently restored castle, while its new town, a typical 19th-century affair, sits across a fast-flowing river, joined by an ancient humpback stone bridge. It's a lovely place to simply wander the caruggi (narrow streets) and have a leisurely lunch away from the mayhem of the coast.
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