Plantations of fruit and vegetables, a land tied to the mountains, where you can taste the passion of the work in the flavours of its ingredients

Fourteen hamlets scattered amongst vegetable gardens, chestnut groves and fruit orchards, where you can taste the famous “pelandroni” beans, speckled apricots and tasty white peaches. Founded along the old Salt Road, testified by the Romanesque bridge, Erli was perhaps a resting place to change horses, and its name comes from the Eruli barbarians. Now campaniles and some clusters of stone houses crop up amongst the green. You’ll experience a land of genuine flavours, where the pleasure of mountain farming has not been lost. Proof of this lies in the Pigato DOC wine, the locally grown fruit and the chestnuts, around which a typical Autumn food fair is organised.