Sights without end
The four historic quarters preserve testimonies of its millenary history, from prehistory to the Savoy dynasty.
The Castello district rises on the highest hill of the city. It is characterized by its ancient bastions, today a center of lively activity.
Villanova is made up of narrow streets with pastel-colored houses with planted balconies and lower floors that often house craft stores or cozy bars.
The Marina district, with its beautiful buildings and archways, was originally intended to welcome fishermen and merchants, but today it is the epitome of a multi-ethnic city.
The Stampace district, on the other hand, is a colorful place every year and is home to the Botanical Garden, a green oasis in the middle of the city.