1,000 meters high above sea level, S. Andrea and its nearby village Casoni are today peaceful places without the ancient medieval wars they passed through. Nowadays the whole town shows interesting historical remains, from torrione (ruin of the ancient Da Montegarullo's fort) up to S. Rocco sanctuary, from the church with its artistical ceiling up to Baronio fountain. S. Andrea's name is connected with Ceccardo R. Ceccardi's life, the Ligurian poet who found here another homeland and the inspiration for many of his lyrics. The curious Casoni's celtic huts attract plenty of visitors. They are interesting celtic buildings with stepped roofs.