The vineyard landscape of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato was proclaimed a World Heritage Site in 2014. The recognition byof Unesco definitively "certifies" the vocation of a territorywhich has lived in symbiosis for over a century with vineyards and wine.
The Langhe, with their rolling hills, with their noble vineyards that they often hide villages of ancient foundation, they are one of the main onesreasons that push the tourist, very often a foreigner, to visit this area of lower Piedmont, between the Ligurian Apennines and the AlpsMaritimes and Monferrato.
The Langa landscape is definitively unique in the world consecrated in June 2014 with inscription on the Heritage List UNESCO World. The main element, which characterizes it for its almost all of them are his Panorama of La Morra – Langhe hills.
A real green sea, where today the element that immediately stands out best characterizes the Langa, the vine, which with its ordered rows of vines immediately remember another important reason that pushes the visitor to come and visit them: the Wine, headed by the King of Wines, Barolo. The Territory of cheeses (tume and robiole) and mushrooms, the excellent ones porcini that compete with the other great protagonist of the area, the truffle.
The Arch of Belvedere of Cherasco
Useful links to plan your visit to the Langhe:
Ente Turismo Alba Bra Langhe Roero
La Strada del Barolo
Consorzio delle Eccellenze di Langhe Monferrato Roero
Associazione per il Patrimonio dei Territori Vitivinicoli di Langhe-Roero e Monferrato
Eventi a Cherasco