About 1,000 inhabitants about 4 km from the inhabited center, in a strip of plain between the River Centa and the offshoots of the steep hills that delimit the southern plain. The town is crossed by a stream called Rio Carpaneto. The inhabited area develops along the hilly ridge with a rather articulated structure, probably evidence of an older origin than the other villas of the plain. During the excavations for the construction of a new residential complex, in the region of Rusineo, ruins of a Roman villa of considerable size emerged, signaling a presence in the area certainly dating back to Roman times. During the First World War he made his great contribution to the victory of Italy, and during the second it was a country whose hills gave refuge to the partisans, who according to legends and findings deposited many of their armament in the abundant caves.
- The church of Saint Margaret of Antioch.
- Villa of the bishop of Albenga Pier Francesco Costa
- Villa Prospera
- The Perseghini furnace
- Santa Margherita: she is the patron saint of the town, and is celebrated on 20 July
- San Bartolomeo: it is the feast of the village brotherhood, it is celebrated on August 24th