Framura is a constellation of small villages spread over a fairly wide area, each with its own features.
Only if you walk along the narrow alleys surrounded by gardens and stop in every hamlet  you will have an overview of the beautiful mosaic that is Framura.

Each of them embodies hidden gems to discover.

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Castagnola

Located inland, Castagnola is very rich in history. The parish church of San Lorenzo houses a Deposition of Jesus

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Costa

From an historical, archaeological and cultural perspective Costa is the most important hamlet, because it is located on the route of an ancient significant trade route.

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Setta

Centre of Framura’s life, Setta still maintains the medieval architectural pattern, evidenced by the presence of several mullioned windows (14th c.)

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Ravecca

As in Setta, in the picturesque village of Ravecca the medieval building type is still present in its purity. Here the Benedictines owned land…

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Anzo

Anzo is historically a vacation resort of noble Genoese, as evidenced by the large gardens walled even today by high walls, that once were sign of true wealth.

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Fornaci

Modern touristic  resort, Fornaci is is the most outlying of the hamlets of Framura; it is located on the eastern side of the river that separates Framura from Deiva Marina.