In a valley that saw the beginnings of the Ligurian civilization
Tavole is an hamlet of Prelà, whose valley was colonized by tribes of the Ligurian Montani and Epanteri, followed in 205 BC. by the Ligurian Ingauni, coming from Albingaunum (Albenga) and by the Roman colonization. Built along an important communication route, which connects Val Prino with Valle Argentina, Tavole is made up of three different villages: the Villa or Villa Oreggi, Novelli and Revelli.
On the heights of Tavole stands the sanctuary of Santa Marta, protector of rural crops.
Testo a cura di Nicola Ferrarese, immagine di Nicola Ferrarese