Starting in front of the Cantina Comunale, the Path winds its way through La Morra; the full trail is 14 kilometers long which you can walk or ride on a mountain bike, through the most renowned and historical vineyards of Barolo.
Santo Stefano Belbo The route begin at the small train station in Santo Stefano Belbo, where on the front, a plate in memory of Cesare Pavese recites: “I heard between peaches the arriving trains which fulfilled with their sound the valley”. The route …
The San Giorgio church was built in the 15th century after the apostolic visitors insisted numerous times to move Neviglie’s place of worship from the Concentric, in the heart of the villa.
A cycling route amongst the places where the Resistance took place: this circuit route which is 22 km long begins in Dogliani and winds north, passing through Monchiero and Monforte d’Alba. A somewhat simple tour, with a few marked climbs which however can be tackled even by beginners.
A bike trail in the Barolo Langhe: a circular path 26 km long that starts from Monforte d’Alba and passes through the towns of La Morra and Barolo, stopping in places that still bear witness to the partisan history of these hills.
A bike tour where the Resistance took place. In this second 37 km stage you’ll reach the Partisan memorial monument of San Bernardo, where we’ll find a panoramic view of the Langhe Dogliani and a symbol of liberation.
A bike tour among the places where the Resistance took place. 35 km that combine discovering the beauty of the area with the knowledge of local history, particularly during the difficult years of the Liberation.
From Torresina (which you can reach by car on the Ceva to Murazzano road) walk through the village and then continue along the narrow carriage road for Murazzano.
From Bossolasco, a village in the upper Langa region, walk along the straight road that leads to the ringroad. After passing the main road for Somano, turn into a small asphalt road.
Dogliani, an important town on the Rea stream, is strategically located between the hills of Barolo and the bottom of the Tanaro valley, and can be considered as one of the doors of the Alta (High) Langa, although it is not part of any mountain community.
Monticello d’Alba – Castle Starting from Monticello Borgo ride alongside the cemetery and then take the turning to the left for Macellai. After passing under the railway, follow the road for Macellai, going straight on until you come to the Orti road, …
In Alta Langa, ancient routes cross the hills, going from town to town, from village to village. Following these paths is the perfect way to reach places of cultural and natural interest surrounded by the beautiful and wild landscapes of these lands.
From Bergolo’s town square, the route takes the provincial road which goes down to Cortemilia for 500 meters. At the first turn, the route is signed on the right and passed by the group of houses it goes on the crest of the hill.
The beauty of Neive, aside from its monuments, can be seen throughout the entire village. Perched atop a hill overlooking the valley, Neive spirals upward toward the top of the reliefr.