Plenty of different ingredients to make your holiday unique.

Landscape, culture, traditions, excellent gastronomy, prestigious wines, mile-long routes to challenge yourself, slow rhythms to get used to. All activities in Langhe Monferrato Roero will leave you with sweet memories. You will be spoilt for choice! The only question is: where to start?

Life is always a bowl of cherries here. Indulge yourself in the land of taste.

Langhe Monferrato Roero are a paradise for gourmets across the world: choose between the endless offers of tastings, sensory analyses and cooking classes. A sense of wonder will be your travelling companion as you taste the flavours of tradition, the products shrouded in mystery, and the innovation that gleams from the hills.

On a cultural tour through villages, palaces and ancient traditions.

Towers and castles stand out against incomparable views.  From square to square, from village to village, architectural masterpieces, ranging from the Romanesque to the Baroque, via the Gothic, provide emotions to be treasured in your heart. So many little pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, set in the hills, to be completed as you wish.

Outdoor activities in the hills

If you love outdoor activities, you are in the right place! Gentle hills or steep slopes, forests, nature reserves, rocks and gullies: an incredible variety of landscapes within a few kilometres of each other make these lands the ideal setting for any sport. From soft trekking to downhill, from an e-bike outing to Nordic walking. Experience the outdoors in Langhe Monferrato Roero!

Langhe Monferrato Roero: an open-air playground.

The family holiday you would not expect and which will win you over! You will immediately wish to come back here once you have seen how much we care about children. There are activities especially designed for them, exciting visits to museums, castles and villages in search of secret clues, treasure hunts in the villages, hands in dough to leatn how to cook, fossil-hunting workshops, theme parks to “feel” nature. Who said that “a place for grown-ups” is boring?