Piedmont

2 Hotels
An incredibly beautiful region rich in history, nature and spirituality

Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Piedmont

Sustainable villages

An excellent example of sustainable tourism

The Blueway of Piedmont

Cycle and pedestrian path to discover rural areas

The Walser culture

Ancient traditions well preserved

Renowned for its mountains and freeride ski resorts, Lake Maggiore and excellent food and wine products, from rice to Barolo wine, from truffles to gianduia, this region “at the foot of the mountains” offers unlimited possibilities.

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A region with incredibly varied landscapes where you can explore enchanting nature, cultural and spiritual itineraries, picturesque villages, castles and ancient houses or even visit contemporary state-of-the- art exhibitions.
96 natural protected areas and as many as 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Monferrato, Val Grande GeoPark and prehistoric stilt houses in the Alps, 20,000 km of cycle and pedestrian paths and more than 1000 km of ski slopes. You can discover Piedmont at your own pace and explore its extraordinary variety of landscapes the way you want.

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Ospitalità Natura establishments in Piedmont

Family Hotel
ecological & organic consolidated commitment

Mirtillo Rosso Family Hotel

A hotel for families A spectacular location
Piedmont Booking: 9.1/10

82,00/person

TripAdvisor: 5/5
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Locanda
ecological & organic consolidated commitment

Locanda La Raia

Unique ecosystem Ancient hospitality
Piedmont Booking: 9.4/10

120,00/person

TripAdvisor: 4.5/5
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All places with Nature Hospitality in Piedmont

Alagna Valsesia

Experience the fairy-tale atmosphere at the foot of the majestic Monte Rosa.

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Alagna is a beautiful little village very rich in history and Walser culture, the favourite destination of those who prefer off-piste skiing, mountain climbing and active holidays to be outdoors in all seasons. Alagna is a great starting point to discover the natural beauty of Upper Valsesia or go on a spectacular Tour of Monte Rosa. People are the town’s greatest resource. Here you will have the opportunity to visit family‑run farms and taste locally produced delicacies, rediscovering the importance of traditional products. We recommend visiting the Walser Museum where you can learn about the culture of the ancient agricultural communities of the valley. Close

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