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The “Vicium” of the ancient Romans is a commune of the hinterland, located in the mountainous area between Spotorno and Finale Ligure. Vezzi was ceded to the commune of Savona in 1191 by the marchesi Del Carretto, while Portio was part of the marquisate of Finale until 1598. They then came under the rule of Spain and, from 1713, the republic of Genoa. The parish church of San Salvatore is baroque. Houses in a typically Mediterranean style can be seen at Magnone, where the town hall is currently located, and at Portio. The principal agricultural activities are fruit growing and the production of wine.