In the small medieval town there are many little alleys just begging to be explored on foot.
It is an ideal starting point for hikes and excursions
Thanks to the beautiful location of the village one can start a superb mountain bike and hiking tour from here. On the one hand you can start lovely walks through the perfect natural scenery towards the hinterland or towards the sea. This can be reached in about 15 minutes by car and provides the perfect refreshment.
Even for holiday home vacationers who prefer to have romantic walks than undertake strenuous mountain tours, Sarola is the perfect starting point. The narrow, winding streets are perfectly suitable for walks and repeatedly give new insights into the beauty of the Ligurian village.
You can also explore the wonderful church dating from the Renaissance.
The traditional Mignole restaurant offers the best cuisine around. One can enjoy traditional dishes as well as seasonal cuisines made from the domestic sea or local garden ingredients.
The olive products typical of this region can be purchased from many places here. Fruits are harvested by hand or with wooden combs in the ripening months from November to February and then processed into delicious olive oil.
Sarola is a village in the Chiusavecchian Municipality in Imperia Povince. The village was inhabited in the early Middle Ages. The inhabitants lived on olive-growing and agriculture. It became part of the Chiusavecchia municipality in the 12th Century.
Sarola is part of the Chiusavecchia Municipality and is a village in Imperia Povince located in the Liguria region. There are several other villages near Sarola like: Gombi di Ricci (1.7 km), Olivastri (1.9 km) and Gazzelli (3.7 km). When coming from Genua, take the highway exit to Imperia Est and follow the SS28 towards Torino up to Via XX Settembre in Sarola.