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A wonderful place to visit with lots of history and stories. Most of the village and roads, are built from the river stones. Great way of using natural resources. Fresh Italian food in most of the restaurants. Get lost in the allies to explore more.
Apricale is a fantastic medieval village not far from the coast .
It is the regions best kept secret.
The people are friendly you can easily get around with English .
There is one Restraunt on the square (Baci)that serves typical regional dishes and a...More
This is such a wonderful town.
Three years in a row we have spent some days here during the summer, and I still remember the first time we drove up towards Apricale and we came around the corner and there it was.
Magnificent is the...More
Apricale is situated around/against a hilltop like many villages in the area. You can climb up along the left side which leads you to the square on the top or through the middle through a maze of narrow streets an stairs. Either way gets you...More
Staying in Apricale is like going back in time. I have never been to a place that is 1000 plus years old. Be prepared for some steep "roads" and difficult steps if you have a mobility issue. The people of the village are friendly and...More
We absolutely loved Apricale - from the moment we caught a first glimpse when coming around the mountain side from Dolceacqua. The town is stunning with a maze of artistic walkways that lead you to the best pasta you have ever tasted in the town...More
This small village is simple built up on a steep mountain side. It seems like hanging when you approach Apricale coming from Dolceacqua.
Apricale is dating back to 12th century. It is a real mediaval town with old houses, narrow pathways, tunnels under the houses...More
We came back after our first visit last year, this place takes you in and we felt that we had to revisit.
It us breathtaking to see the town as you approach it, and it is so charming with the narrow streets and difficult walk...More