A land dedicated to agriculture that gives opportunities for fantastic hikes. A rural township that has renewed itself while keeping history and passions alive

On the ancient trail of Via Aemilia Scauri, a village that grew in medieval times as a fortress of strategic interest. Follow its history by starting on the left bank of the Bormida di Spigno, amongst the colours of the fields of crops and traces of the castles in Santa Giulia and in Brovida. On this strip of land surrounded by hills that slope down to Piedmont it is a delight to spend a few days’ holiday. You can look forward to broadleaf, conifer, chestnut and beech forests, perfect for hiking, horse-riding or mountain biking. The outdoor activities will work up your appetite, so taste the many truffle and mushroom specialities featured in the woods and on the table.