Rome, Italy's capital, is located roughly 230 miles (370 kilometers) to the southeast of Borzonasca, while Genoa is 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west.
Try not to limit yourself to Borzonasca; this region features plenty of natural and man-made attractions which await the savvy traveler. Go to Santa Margherita Ligure, and pay a visit to the Santa Margherita Ligure Castle and Villa Durazzo. Santa Margherita Ligure is roughly 10 miles (16 kilometers) away from Borzonasca is an excellent place to visit. Another option is to go to Portofino. It's approximately 12 miles (19 kilometers) from Borzonasca and is home to the Portofino Beach and Church of St. Martin (Divo Martino).
About 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the southwest of Borzonasca is Rapallo, an important regional city home to Castello di Punta Pagana, Sanctuary of Our Lady of Montallegro (Nostra Signora di Montallegro) and Circolo Golf e Tennis Rapallo. Castle-on-the-Sea (Castello sul Mare), Porta delle Saline and Basilica of Sts. Gervasius and Protasius are good places to visit.
The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they first arrive in a new destination are the ones that provide a picture of the local culture. Head to Liguria's history museums, mansions and palaces. Head outdoors and make the most of Liguria's lighthouses, gardens and farms.
Relax like the locals in the Liguria region. Go bird watching and camping. If you love to get wet, this is the perfect place to visit. Rafting is popular and another option is sailing.
When it is time to depart Borzonasca, use the last of your euros on last minute keepsakes and bid a fond Ciao (farewell).