This circular harbor on the Gulf Paradiso belongs to the resort town of Ricco, Italy. Its colorful houses are dotted along the lush, green cliffs overhanging the Ligurian Sea. Tragically, it was almost completely destroyed during bombing in World War II. It is most famous for Focaccia col formaggio. It consists of Stracchino, a local cream cheese, sandwiched between thin dough and baked for about eight minutes. Manuelina’s family restaurant still serves it since the 19th century.