A window on nature, the woods, the waterways, the top of the hills windswept by the Mediterranean.

“I saw the August moon among alders and reeds/on the gravels of the Belbo river being filled up with silver/every thread of that stream./I knew that the big hills were standing around/all around…”

(Cesare Pavese) 

Here the countryside is gentle, drawn from the most precious vineyards of Italy, cradles of the great wines famous throughout the world and kept in the historic cellars. And then the old roads, already traversed in the Middle Ages, the hilltop villages, the castles, the eno-gastronomic tradition, the sinuous horizons. These are the Langhe, UNESCO World Heritage; lands which breathe at a different rate during the changing seasons, destination for a getaway in the hills embraced by the Alps and the nearby Ligurian Sea.