A valley that paints pastoral landscapes and gives thousands of opportunities. For hiking or wild boar hunting, for relaxing and for the pleasures of fine cuisine

A medieval town that has a long, intense history of battles behind it. A village that used to be dedicated to ironwork, now Bormida is a lively summer holiday spot, backed by the cool climate, the trails through beech and chestnut woods, the peace and quiet. Set off for pleasant hikes along its valley: if you follow the trails you can discover natural springs, small lakes where you can go fishing and pockets of wilder nature where you can hunt wild board. Amidst ancient churches and religious festivals here traditions are preserved and enhanced, like the cuisine, that delights with wild boar in polenta and honey and chestnut dishes.