About 1,000 inhabitants about 4 km from the inhabited center, in a strip of plain narrow between the Centa river and the offshoots of the steep hills that delimit the plain to the south. The town is crossed by a stream called Rio Carpaneto. The inhabited area develops along the hilly ridge with a rather articulated layout, probable evidence of an older origin than the other villas on the plain. During the excavations for the construction of a new residential complex, in the region of Rusineo, the ruins of a Roman villa of considerable size emerged, which indicate a presence in the area certainly from the Roman era. During the First World War it made its 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 Santa Margherita d'Antiochia.
- Villa of the bishop of Albenga Pier Francesco Costa
- Villa Prospera
- The Perseghini furnace
- Santa Margherita: is the patron saint of the town, and is celebrated on 20 July
- San Bartolomeo: it is the feast of the brotherhood of the town, it is celebrated on August 24th