In the heart of the Val Sangone, Coazze rises over 750 metres above sea level and its origins date back to the 11th century. Surrounded by countless natural beauties, which can be admired thanks to pleasant nature walks, the historic village preserves the bell tower - whose motto above "Each in his own way" inspired Pirandello for one of his most famous works, Ciascuno a suo modo - the Church of Santa Maria del Pino with numerous works by local artists, Palazzo Falletti, a stately building commissioned by the noble family that was once among the most powerful in the area, and the Ecomuseo dell'Alta Val Sangone, where it is possible to admire numerous objects related to daily life in Coazze in ancient times. Coazze is also the home of Cevrin, a raw milk cheese made from a mixture of cow's milk and goat's milk (at least 40%), to which the annual Festa Rurale is dedicated in October.