“Talking Stones“ is located in the heart of the medieval village of Dolceacqua. The area is known for its mild climate all year round.
The Mediterranean Sea is only a few minutes away by car and so is the wonderfull hinterland of the Cinque Valli (5 Valli).
Traces of ancient civilizations are still present today both in Dolceacqua and in the surrounding charming villages.
“Welcome in my charming medieval house in the heart of the ancient Village of Dolceacqua. My house is built with the stones from the river Nervia”
The house has been completely restructured according to the criterions of the Bioedilizia
Price per room, double occupancy, including breakfast, euro 90
Price per room, triple occupancy, including breakfast, euro 100
The city tax (tassa di soggiorno) in Dolceacqua is 1,- Euro per day, per adult person which have to be paid in cash on departure. The city tax is paid for a maximum of 7 days.
Dolceacqua is one of the medieval villages of the Nervia valley and is situated along the river of the same name. Its oldest part, dominated by the Doria’s castle, is called Terra and is situated at the foot of Mount Rebuffao. The newest part of the village, called Borgo, is situated on the opposite bank of the river along the road that climbs up the valley.
The Doria castle underwent many transformations. The original feudal plant, protected at the end of the XIIth century by the circular tower, was enlarged and incorporated in a larger ring of walls in the XIVth century. In the Renaissance the castle became an imposing, elegant fortified residence, with new rooms, rich in frescoes and furnishings, that were arranged around the central court; the residence was then completed by impressive defensive devices.
How to find us
Drive towards Sanremo on the SS1. In the roundabout before the river Nervia (Val Nervia) turn left onto the SP64 – stay on the SP64 for 7 km, until you reach Dolceacqua
Bus number 7 from Ventimiglia stops in Dolceacqua. Runs several times a day.