St. Lorenzo's Church
In the fifteenth century, to the west of the promontory, on the flat coastal strip it formed a new town where there is the current parish church dedicated to San Lorenzo (the late Gothic structure is the bell tower; the body is from the Baroque era).
The oldest part of Varigotti is formed by a group of houses, which reproduce a type of house almost unique in Riviera, derived from a remote Mediterranean tradition in which, mistakenly, it was decided to recognize a proof of the country's Arab-Saracen . The shape of these houses is very simple yet very characteristic: four walls unadorned ending in an attic or straight parapet that hides a small dome brick terrace. Varigotti was common to him until 1869, when he became attached to Finalpia and then, from 1927, part of the municipality of Finale Ligure.