Artistically relevant are the majestic castle, that dominates the Tanaro valley, and the eighteenth-century parish church dedicated to saint Michael.
The most important happening is the fair of the Madonna della Neve in August.
Before the Roman conquest, the town was inhabited by the Liguri Bagenni tribe.
Once the Roman empire had fallen, it was controlled by the Aleramici; one of them, Hugh, chose the top of this hill as a home, chiefly because it was easy to defend, thanks to its tall and steep sides.
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