The most important towers of the city:
Peloso Cepolla Tower
Located in Piazza San Michele, now home to the Roman Naval Museum and the International Institute of Ligurian Studies
In via Roma, recently restored.
Tower of the Paciotta
In Piazza Domenico Trincheri
Town Hall Tower
Already known as di Malasemenza , from the name of the family of origin.
In via Medaglie d'Oro, it stands out above the rooftops.
Torre Lengueglia Costa
In Piazza dei Leoni, one of these is in defense of the entrance. The lower part is plastered, even if below there is some ashlar in Cisano stone. The upper part, on the other hand, is in brick, dating back to the 13th century.
It is the oldest part of the Town Hall, the lower part in Gothic style, while the upper part is in brick.
Rolandi Ricci Tower
In via Medaglie d'Oro, the two towers are cut off and incorporated into the buildings.
Torre Lengueglia d'Oria
In via Medaglie d'Oro, it was brought back to the medieval style only with the restoration of the twentieth century
Conti Cepollini Tower
In via Medaglie d'Oro, slightly leaning, it is the widest.
In via Enrico D'Aste, in front of the facade of Santa Maria in Fontibus.
The construction dates back to the 13th century.
Bell tower of the Cathedral
The most elaborate of the towers, it has been extended over various eras and possesses unique decorative features among others.
Bell tower of Santa Maria in Fontibus
It is the only tower in the historic center that was born as a bell tower.