Piedmont is a region that can boast the majesty of the Alps, on all the peaks of Monte Rosa and the Cervino, and the incredible beauty of Monferrato and Langhe, the famous green and fertile countryside where DOC wines are produced that the whole world envies us. Barolo, Barbaresco and Serralunga d’Alba are among the most picturesque villages of the hilly area, but also the mountain villages of Fenestrelle, Vogogna and Bardonecchia, known ski resort, are no less outstanding in terms of architectural and naturalistic charm. And on the lakes, Maggiore and D'Orta, postcard villages spring up, like the island of Orta San Giulio, a veritable lake pearl.
The village of Agliè, birthplace of Filippo d'Agliè and Guido Gozzano, is located in the historical region of Canavese, in Piedmont.
The village of Almese is located at the mouth of the Susa Valley in Piedmont, along the slopes of mount Musinè.
Angrogna is the main center of the homonymous valley, the heart of the Waldensian culture.
at the gates of the Susa Valley, Avigliana is one of the medieval villages the most authentic of the Piedmontese territory.
The village of Barbarescoin the region of the Langhe is known throughout the world for the production of the homonymous wine.
in the wide valley at the confluence of the Walloons of Rochemolles, of Rho, the narrow valley and of the Frejus extends Bardonecchia.
The village of Barolo is located in the historic region of the Langhe, in Piedmont.
Bourcet is a small mountain village situated at 1594 meters in the homonymous Bourcet Valley, the orographic right side of Chisone valley, in Piedmont.
Cannobio is a frontier village with Switzerland on the Riva north-western side of Lake Maggiore, at the beginning of the Cannobina Valley, in Piedmont.
The Varaita High Valley jealously guards its occitane traditions. Can be found in the language, customs, in the kitchen, in music..
Chiusa di San Michele
at the foot of Mount Pirchiriano dominated by the Sacra di San Michele is situated the village of Chiusa di San Michele, in Susa Valley.
The village of Cocconato, in the province of Asti, attracts visitors from all over Italy through cultural, gastronomic and folkloristic events.
along the northern slope of the Susa valley extends the territory of Condove.
The village of Exilles is located in the Upper Susa Valley, in Piedmont.
The small village of Fontanetto Po is located in Piedmont, on the banks of the Po.
Garessio is an ancient and important village for its history, for the authors who frequented it (Gozzano, Calvino, Guareschi) and for the artists who loved it (Richard West, Golia, Giugiaro the father and son)
The village of Gavi and its Fortress are located in Piedmont.
Limone Piemonte is the main ski resort in the province of Cuneo, both for the total length of the slopes and for the number of ski lifts
The village of Masserano is located at the foot of Prealpi Biellesi, in Piedmont.
Moncenisio, also known as Ferrera, is one of the smallest municipalities of Italy and the Susa Valley.
Neive is destination of visits to its wineries, often hosted in dwellings, such as the eighteenth-century palace of the Counts of Castelborgo.
The history of Novalesa, placed at the head of the Val Cenischia, is tied to double wire with that of the millenary abbey of Ss. Peter and Andrew and that of the Moncenisio Pass.
Orta San Giulio
Located at the end of a hilly promontory which gently slopes towards the shores of the lake, the hamlet of Orta rises in front of the Isola San Giulio
Ostana, in Piedmont, is a small mountain town in the Po Valley.
The village of Oulx is located in the Upper Susa Valley, in Piedmont.
Ricetto di Candelo
The Ricetto of Candelo is one of the medieval treasures of Piedmont. Between its narrow streets of pebbles from the river walls, towers and the shops of artists, is held every two years, between April and May, an event dedicated to the spring, Candelo in
The small village of Rosazza is located in Piedmont in Valle Cervo.
the village of Salbertrand, famous for its wood protected, is located in the Upper Susa Valley, in Piedmont.
Home to the Monviso Natural Park, Saluzzo is one of the best preserved medieval villages of Piedmont.
San Giorio di Susa
rested on the right bank of the Dora Riparia, San Giorio was in the Middle Ages an important feud of Bertrandi Montmelian in Moriana.
Stresa, overlooking Lake Maggiore near the Gulf where the famous Borromean Islands are located, is one of the most beautiful and popular tourist destinations in northern Italy.
Susa, the ancient Segusio, is an ancient city built in a strategic position for the control of the Susa Valley.
Usseaux, in Piedmont, is an Italian village that counts less than 200 inhabitants.
the vast territory of the village of Villar Focchiardo extends to the right of the Dora, in Valle di Susa.
Volpedo, in Piedmont, is the native village of the painter Giuseppe Pellizza, author of the Quarto Stato.