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Dolceacqua

Piazza Padre Giovanni Mauro, 18035, Italy
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Piazza Padre Giovanni Mauro, 18035, Italy
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"medieval village"
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"across the river"
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"worth a visit"
in 4 reviews
"in town"
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"road trip"
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"day trip"
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"castle"
in 24 reviews
"bridge"
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"restaurants"
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"shops"
in 8 reviews
"monet"
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"doria"
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"liguria"
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"labyrinth"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited Dolceacqua as part of a day-trip from Nice, and stopped by here. It's like time stood still here, with old castle and buildings still in good condition, people still living amongst here. I got some souvenirs and goods from here, and suggest visitors to...More

Thank Toan N
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I lived here in Dolceacqua for a time in the 80's when I was working as a free lance journalist, Only 8Kms from the Italian/French border at Ventimiglia, it gives you rapid access to Monaco and the Cote D'Azure, as well as the main cities...More

Thank Dmrover
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a beautiful Italian village not far from the French/Italian border on the Ligurian coast. Typically Italian and full of charm. Monet painted the bridge here. Full of charm as is Apricale further along the valley and up a winding road. Look out for...More

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Reviewed 28 May 2018

When we arrived the rain poured down,so off to a little cafe near the bridge,when it stopped we made our way across the 'Monet' bridge and into the village,its stunning with it's tight steeply slopping alley ways (medieval so no room for cars,thankfully) the houses...More

1  Thank Pete C
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Reviewed 19 May 2018

Charming medieval period built neighborhood; small market in town square; bought some great cheese in the market; great coffee in one of the cafes. Absolutely worth a visit.

1  Thank burgzvi2016
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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

I don't know where to start?! It is a marvellous little medieval village with cobbled pathways. Right at the top of the hill, stands Doria Castle. There is a charge to enter (€15 for a family). I feel it is worth it although it is...More

Thank Liza_Ashley
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

Dolceacqua is a small and very beautiful village not far from the coastline of the Mediterranean Sea. Close to Ventimiglia and Bordighera. The mediaval village has a Castello ruin which can be seen from far away. It is so nice and charming to walk around...More

1  Thank Lynge T
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

This is a quaint town with an impressive castle that can be walked to through some wonderful paths through the old town. A few nice restaurants and gelato sellers make it a nice late afternoon early evening destination.

1  Thank Mark R
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Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

We had a really nice time here, we walked through the streets and up to the castle where there a many nice details and lovely restored houses. Many souvenirshops and a lot of restaurants so you are not spoiled for choices and it is a...More

Thank Pkoch
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Reviewed 14 July 2017

Our first time to walk in a covered streetscape was a step back into medieval times. Those twisty, turning, branching lanes led to the familia Doria castle. The cobble stone walkways beckon a slower gait as you take in the homes and shops still alive...More

Thank CocoHawk
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It was Il Borgo
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Hi Just opposite of restaurant. Have a good day. Juliette
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