A visit to the ancient Benedictine abbey of Villar San Costanzo immerses one in a medieval monastic atmosphere.
At a height of 2000 metres, in an enchanting valley amongst marmots and green fields, is the Sanctuary of Sant’Anna di Vinadio, a pilgrimage destination for millions of the faithful as well as a tourist spot for the beauty of the countryside in which it is immersed.
Situated in an isolated position (Parish of Marmora hamlet), this ancient parish church houses evidence of this little town’s past in the upper Maira Valley. [read more]
Built in the 15th century, on a quadrangular plan, the chapel appears along the oldest road in the Grana Valley.
Already a flourishing church in the medieval period and a parish base for a very long time, San Giovanni dominates Caraglio from the ramparts of the hill.