Porto Finale Ligure is a small coastal town located in the province of Savona in the Liguria region of northwestern Italy. The town is situated on the Italian Riviera, about 70 kilometres southwest of Genoa. One of the main attractions in Porto Finale Ligure is its historic center, which features narrow cobblestone streets, colourful buildings, and charming squares. The town is also home to several churches and historic landmarks, including the Church of San Giovanni Battista and the Castel Gavone. In addition to its natural and cultural attractions, Porto Finale Ligure is known for its delicious Ligurian cuisine. Visitors can sample local specialties such as pesto, focaccia, and seafood dishes at the town’s many restaurants and cafes.