Walking along the streets in the centre you can notice the old Romanesque plan: two main streets from which a net of other small paths branches off. Not far from here you can visit the Baptistery, one of the oldest church in Liguria (5th century), the Town Hall (14th century), a wonderful architectural masterpiece with a double arcade loggia and the Council Tower (one of the 18 towers which are left as in the past), the Cathedral of S. Michele (11th century).
- ROMAN NAVAL MUSEUM – Palazzo Peloso Cepolla, P.zza San Michele, n. 12 - 17031 Albenga - Tel. +39 0182 51215
The museum keeps wine amphoras, tools of the 1st century b.C., which come from a Roman wreck, discovering near the coast of Albenga.
CIVIC MUSEUM - Palazzo Vecchio del Comune, Via Nino Lambogli, 1 - 17031 Albenga – Tel. + 39 0182 51215
The halls show old objects from the roman and medieval period, which were discovered during the archeological excavation by Albenga and the surroundings.