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Art in the Monregalese Langhe – cyclotourism

L'arte sulle Langhe monregalesi
Art on the Monregalese Langhe – cyclotourism 🚴‍♂️ A bike (or e-bike) tour accessible to everybody. This is an ideal itinerary for visiting the symbols of Mondovì and for savouring the landscapes of the Monregalese Langhe, embellished by the...

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The mediterranean alps cycle route

The sighs of the sea, the Piedmontese plain which teems with activity, the jagged outlines of the French and Italian Alps. The environments that converge in the massif of the Marguareis are many and varied, the barycentre of a fascinating and silent...

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Briaglia, ancestral magic

Perhaps, more than a vibration it is a union (…) And this union, though rare, is not accidental, as the knowledge that comes from ancient worlds teaches us, when mankind was much more spiritual than now. Namely, when a perfect isosceles triangle was...

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THE TREASURE OF CARRÙ

Carrù Ox's fair is one of the most important and famous fair of the region. Thanks to this tradition, many turists come every year to attend the event.

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The legend of Jumarre, in the cave in Bagnasco

The Baraccone cave in Bagnasco, according to an old legend, is said to be home to Jumarre, a mysteriousanimal of the local folklore. Who, among those who have admired in person the fascinating Loch Ness in Scotland, hasn’t kept his eyespeeled in...

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ELLERO VALLEY’S BRIGHT SPHERES

A curiosity about Ellero Valley that could excite mystery enthusiasts: in the eighties and nineties there weresome mysterious sightings of bright spheres in that area. An explanation for the phenomenon has neverbeen found. The first case dates back...

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THE FAIR OF THE FAT OX

From the middle ages to the present day, a showcase for the excellence of Piedmontese cattle breeding It’s 6 in the morning. The sun has not yet risen over the hills on the horizon and already in Carrù there is a queue outside the restaurant door....

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Food and flea markets

There are fruit boxes, you can breathe the smell of good things. The intense chatter, of life. They are food and flea markets. The city’s commerce carries a heavy history, perhaps as old as the world itself, or at least since the peasants started...

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MOROZZO, THE CAPON KING

Seen from above, Morozzo looks like a whale, swimming in the green sea of the plain, with the county road that crosses it like a backbone. The origins of this village are lost in the most ancient history, from the Ligurians to the Romans. In the Civic...

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PARTISAN ITINERARIES. THE LANGHE

On the tracks of Islafran The itinerary leads in a wide loop through places linked to the presence of the Garibaldian formations of Islafran or of the GL partisans of the Monte Bram band.In the spring of 1944, in this area of the Langhe, formations...

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PIANVIGNALE ET PREA AS BETHLEHEM

Three days a year, Prea, a small alpine village above Roccaforte, looks like Bethlehem.On December 24th, 26th and January 5th the village is transformed into a big living nativity scene and the narrow streets, the narrow spaces, the stones and the...

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The door of the Langhe – Cycling tour

La porta delle Langhe
THE DOOR TO THE LANGHE – CYCLING TOUR🚴‍♂️ Gentle slopes make up the territory: the spectacle of the Ghigliani, the Sbaranzo and the Surie, which are the most beautiful hills to see. By way of these roads you reach Dogliani and Farigliano,...

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Garessio: uno dei borghi “più belli d’Italia”

Un salotto medievale che è un piccolo gioiello E poi si arriva a Garessio, il “borgo più bello d’Italia”. Non è un’opinione, perché il centro storico garessino è realmente stato selezionato dalla medesima Associazione, che ha conferito il riconoscimento,...

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