Via Provinciale, 14 - VILLAR PELLICE (TO)
The house is situated in the centre of Villar Pellice at 664 meters above sea level, last but one village in the omonymous valley in the northern Cottian Alps. It is less than an hour's drive from Turin cradle of the Piedmontese baroque that with the candidature of the olympic games underwent an imposing urban renovation letting the visitor discover its treasures in the best way. It ‘s possible to reach the Ligurian sea and the Costa Azzurra in an hour and a half and in less than an hour the ski slopes belonging to the skiing Sestriere area.
The history of the Waldesian people is only one of the reasons why it is interesting to visit us: the important G.T.A. itineraries (big crossing of the Alps) across paths, alpine pastures and hamlets offer the possibility to discover a corner of Piedmont in which the work done by its people was able to preserve it.
It's possible to reach France on foot where you can find the wonderful Queyras park.
Nearby there are some sites of remarkable cultural historical interest.
At 200 metres there is the Ecomuseum of Industrial Archeology E. Crumière situated in a stone building built at the end of the nineteenth century obtained from the historical part of the former still working felt factory.
The structure is a eighteenth-century mountain house in the centre of the village close to all services (bus-stop, surgery, post-office, bank, shops) with private garden, peaceful and quiet ideal to spend relaxing week-end to discover the district, work stay and families.