Taggia is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Imperia
in the Italian region Liguria
, located about 110 km southwest of Genoa
and about 15 km west of Imperia. It has c. 13,000 inhabitants.
The town is divided into three parts: Taggia proper, the historical centre, in the Valle Argentina
; Levà, including the industrial area; and Arma, a sea resort.
- Basilica of San Giacomo and San Filippo (1675-1681), edificated on a 11th century Romanesque church.
- Church of Santa Maria del Canneto (10th or 14th century).
- Church of San Martino di Tours, housing 15th century frescoes.
- Convent of San Domenico (160-1490). It has some pictures painted by Ludovico Brea.
- Palazzo Asdente (1473).
- Palazzo Curlo (1448).
- Palazzo Vivaldi (1458).