The Bassa Langhe or, normally, the Langhe is corner of Italy which encapsulates unique gastronomic delights, often only whispered as secrets to gourmets around the world. Rolling hills, hilltop vineyards, smatterings of hazelnut trees, small medieval villages perched on the hillsides and scattered farmsteads, castles and towers that stand out against the horizon. Here Nebbiolo reigns, with its noble sons -the Barolo and Barbaresco, protected by castles, towers and fortified villages that take us back to medieval times of struggles and splendours: pilgrims, salt merchants, soldiers of fortune, the Crusaders, and Benedictine monks have all trodden this soil leaving a heritage, a sign, a legacy. But it was the farmers whose centuries of toil shaped the hills into the breathtaking landscape which widens the eyes of the tourist today.
BAROLO EXPERIENCE full day
Immerse yourself completely in the grandeur of the Langhe among vineyards, scenic ridges, fascinating remnants of rural architecture, and Romanesque parish churches, strolling the white gravel roads on a discovery of the King of Wines: Barolo. More >
BARBARESCO EXPERIENCE half day / full day
Go from the sunken valleys to the rolling hills ("bric" in the local dialect) entirely covered in rows of grapevines that create an abstract geometric vision coloured by reds and purples in autumn. More >
WINE & HISTORY full day
A walk through the vineyards, on the “waves” of the Barolo hills, surrounded by the scent of the ground and the charm of the wonderful horizons: breathtaking views but also Medieval remains of great interest, castles, churches, chapels, gravestones and monuments. More >
BAR To BAR: FROM BARBARESCO TO BAROLO HIKING 6 nights / 7 days