La Morra Pathways
La Morra is a Middle Ages village dating back to early second millennium, when the inhabitants of Alba Pompeia began to plough up the surrounding hills, and established the Murra village atop the hill (Murra is the local word for sheep enclosure). It is called the “balcony of Langhe” as it is one of the most panoramic points in Langhe.
La Morra is suspended between Tanaro valley and hills covered with vineyards stretching as far as the eye can see and spotted by hilltop castles, such as Castiglione Falletto, Barolo, Novello, Perno and Serralunga. The fan shaped village is characterized by steep stone paved roads toward piazza Castello (castle square), where the 18th century town hall tower stands out and a wonderful sightseeing is offered to its visitors.
La Morra invites hikers to enjoy its 7 perfectly tracked trails running across vineyards. A detailed map can be purchased at La Morra tourism office. Visit www.lamorraturismo.it to be informed about all news concerning the paths.
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Point of interest along the way
4 Via Roma
14 Via Roma