Characteristic image of the town, the Baroque Church of St. John the Baptist or the Corallini's, with its concave facade.
Viable only by foot, the historic center of Cervo, preserved with its buildings and the cobblestone alleyways, offers a starting point for a short walk among its narrow streets, where you can still run into shops of artisans and local artists.
For trekking's lovers, above the village, around the ruins of an earlier era, the hills are full of pine forests and olive groves, crossed by quiet paths where to enjoy the sounds of nature.
Cervo is known for the international Chamber Music Festival, that takes place on the scenic churchyard of Church of Corallini. During July and August, for over forty years, major European artists take part in this renowned event. Encased in a wonderful setting, below a starry sky, the Festival and the renowned music Academies have earned to Cervo the title "Village of Music."
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