Perinaldo is a picturesque medieval village located on a splendid ridge m. 572 s.l.m. offering a magnificent view to the north in the Ligurian Alps and south of the sea; the landscape is changing, ranging from beautiful woods and pine forests, terraces planted with olive trees, clumps of gorse and mimosa trees in thick chestnut and fields of vineyards, in the continuous variety of colors due to the alternation of the seasons: the view where you can enjoy looking out from here as a balcony extends from the most distant outlines of the mountains Bignone, Log, Toraggio, Pietravecchia and Grai to the sea.
Perinaldo but also looks at the top, over the horizon, to the deep spaces of the firmament, in relationship with the sky: here the sky, free from pollution, is one of the most terse of the area, due to the orography of the place which conveys share in steady winds, which prevent the stationing for a long time clouds and disturbances.
The eastern end of the village is located the prestigious Astronomical Observatory Hall, named after its most famous son: the famous astronomer Gio Domenico Cassini founder of a dynasty of astronomers and cartographers scientists at the Royal Court of France: exploration activities and guided tours accompany the visitor.
The local economy is mainly based on the cultivation of the artichoke of Perinaldo, olive growing, floriculture (green leaves, roses, mimosas and peach blossoms), on viticulture, with productions of wine Rossese.
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