Pegli is a district in the western part of the city of Genoa, a hamlet between the hills and the sea. Embraced by a hilly area behind it, it includes several public parks that make it an extremely green area. But green is not the only colour that defines Pegli, indeed the hue that most represents it is the blue of the sea it overlooks. There is a peculiarity that distinguishes this village from the others in the western part of Genoa: here, the heart of the town has preserved the old sea front, with its promenade and beach, allowing the heart of the village to remain in close contact with the sea, as if they could not be separated even for a moment. And here, in the seaside heart of the town, the eyes are enchanted by the small old houses that have always belonged to the fishermen, houses that, in the silence of the sunsets, tell their stories to those who have the heart to hear them.