This historical village is famous for fruit growing. One of the most striking elements are its ancient mills.
The Italian name of this village reminds of apple growing, which generates the main income of Pomarolo, but also the cultivation of wine and cherries in the village. Once upon a time also the tobacco of this village was very famous.
In the past Pomarolo was characterised by six mills, the oldest dates back to 1259. Pomarolo was also production site of monk cowls. Worth to be visited is also the quarter of Basiano, which is the best preserved one dating back to Roman times.
Also the townhall building as well as the San Cristoforo Church are worth to be noticed in a sightseeing tour through the village, as the church hosts the most beautiful organ of the entire valley. Another church you should visit is the San Rocco church, dating back to 1636. This building hosts some precious pieces of art by local artists.