Visit the small village Camporondo during your stay in Liguria, Italy.
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A little hamlet surrounded by green olive trees
Although Camporondo is a really small hamlet, referred to as "Borgo" in Italian is, it has a church and a Piazza. It stands picturesquely with old stone walls which were erected long ago when the drywall type of construction, that is to say without cement, was still being practised, and the village is characterized by splendid Bougainvillea shrubs, old olive trees and small vegetable gardens with artichokes, tomatoes and zucchini (Trombette).
Camporondo can not even be described as a hamlet; it is part of a hamlet, namely Diano Borganzo which is located just before the latter on one part of a hill. Camporondo is well-favoured by the sun, being in a good location where the sun's rays stay longer, particularly during cooler times of the year.