Nestled in between the Bormida river of Millesimo and the Uzzone stream, at an altitude of 650 metres above sea level, lies Bergolo, one of the smallest villages in Italy. Its few houses are built strictly with sandstone and overlook a single street paved with the same stone, and they all follow neatly the ridge line.
In the "Stone Village", the houses feature dozens of works of art on the outside, including murals, paintings and sculptures, left by artists who over the years have been involved in the countless cultural initiatives that Bergolo has created, providing the village with a unique atmosphere where art and nature contaminate each other.
Two themed itineraries unfold around the village, offering the chance to be immersed in the greenery of the Alta Langa, orchids and a wealth of spontaneous vegetation.
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Point of interest along the way