The Staging Area

Video supervised, flat, lighted, free, fenced area equipped with 8 stalls with electrical connection, close to the town center. Area for recycling collection. Annual opening. A grocery store and a pizza restaurant are located a few meters away. Possibility of hiking and biking. Maps at the tourist office in the village.


SP 52 – 17057 Bardineto (Savona)


44.190935931978, 8.128407597542

All Services

Accesso gratuito

Free Entrance

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Paid Electricity Connection

Carico Acqua

Water Load

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Empty-Cassette Service


Illuminated Area

Fondo Ghiaia

Gravelly Bottom

Fondo erboso

Grass Fund


Video Surveillance Area


Market nearby

Ristorante Pizzeria

Restaurant Pizzeria nearby

Animali ammessi

Pets Allowed

More Info

The village of Bardineto is located on a forested plateau formed by pine, fir, beech, and birch trees. Limestone and dolomite formations are frequent in the Bardinetese territory, with extensive surface and underground karst phenomena with the presence of nearly eighty caves. Among the best known cavities, known as “buranche,” are those of Bardineto (more than 2 km of tunnels), Balbiseulo (1.2 km), Rampiun (1 km) and Pagliarina (430 m).

The parish church of St. John the Baptist, built in 1720, has a structure in Piedmontese Baroque style; the church of St. Nicholas, erected around the 12th century, in Romanesque style, has valuable 15th-century frescoes in its interior.

The Oratory of the Assumption, the Chapel of the Annunciation and the Chapel of St. Bernard also deserve mention.

Near the Romanesque church of St. Nicholas the remains of the ancient castrum, erected by the Lombards in the 7th century, can be seen: feudal castle.

On the second or third Sunday of September, the “Golden Mushroom Festival” is held.


Caves of Toirano

Bardineto Castle

Mount Carmo of Loano

Ligurian Stone

Castelvecchio di Rocca Barbena


Useful Links

Municipality of Bardineto

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

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