We pass, successively, next to the remains of the Church and of the Abbey of San Martino, now transformed into a private villa. And finally we find ourselves in the plane. After about fifty meters begins the series of archaeological remains of funeral monuments named with letters of the alphabet in reverse order for those coming from Albenga: G, F, E, D, H, L, C, B, A. The monument G it is located downstream of the path, the others upstream. Alongside all the monuments, explanatory signs have been placed with a reconstruction of the original appearance. Particularly interesting is the monument F which has an interior rebuilt and covered in later periods. After passing the last monument, past a small stream, the only part of the Roman road perfectly preserved and still visible appears. It is three and a half meters wide, has the typical paving of Roman roads, two sidewalks on the sides, and upstream a protective wall.
Those who wish can continue the walk, which offers stunning views, such as the Russian villa overlooking the sea. Along the way, we come to the 10th century church of Santa Maria dei Monti to arrive at the Arch which in the Middle Ages marked the boundary between Albenga and Alassio and finally the Romanesque church of Santa Croce.
On the way back, having reached the G monument, you can take the stairs leading down to the Vadino neighborhood below and pay a visit to the Church and the convent of San Bernardino dei Minori Osservanti. The complex has suffered an incredible series of hardships: after confiscation in the nineteenth century it was transformed into a barracks, a prison and private homes. After a recent restoration, the church is open to worship, with interesting frescoes on a nave. The convent, which preserves some noteworthy frescoes, has recently been transformed into a school; in the cloister and in the adjacent rooms there is the command of the traffic police.