A land rich in natural and historical beauty, the Roero is an unmissable destination not only for lovers of wine and food.

Here you can decide whether to spend a naturalistic holiday, perhaps along the paths of the Rocche – deep chasms in the hills that can reach even hundreds of meters of altitude -, or to travel to discover fascinating ancient villages, such as Guarene, famous for its imposing Castle that stands out in the centre of the village, or like that of Govone, where the Royal Castle of Carlo Felice of the House of Savoy stands. Every village in this region has some peculiarities and historical gems to discover.

Leaving Roero wine-making, but remaining in the region, you could go to Bra, famous not only for the exceptional quality of its sausage, to be tasted mainly raw, but also for the presence of the headquarters of the Slow Food association.

For a strictly wine and food tourism you cannot miss a stop at the Enoteca Regionale (Regional Wine Cellar), in the centre of Canale, a showcase of local producers, always open for tastings and purchases, and home to a Michelin Star restaurant.

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