Giallo CR 72,8 – SR 140 / Rosso CR 74,4 – SR 130
Bianco CR 74,8 – SR 144 / Nero CR 76,3 – SR 136
Piedmont is not on the seaside, but the sea is not essential to enjoy watersports. The Po, the most famous Italian river has its source in Piedmont, and hundreds of torrents and streams of water flow through the region.
Covering the hilly paths and roads of Piemonte means travelling far away from noise, immersed in a world of harmony and uncontaminated nature.
More than 1,206 of Italy’s 8,101 ‘comuni’ (towns) can be found within the borders of Piemonte; of these, over 600 have less than 1,000 inhabitants.
Piemonte is rich in cultural, historical and artistic itineraries, crossing several centuries and covering each aspect of the region
The food and wine tradition of Piemonte enjoys international fame, so much so that in restaurant rankings and in food and wine guides, the region always takes the top spots