An authentic and wild alpine valley rich in natural heritage and traditions
Discover the Stura Valley
The Stura Valley, nestled between the rocky peaks that separate the Maritime Alps from the Cottian Alps, covers an extension of 60 km through a territory that includes 14 municipalities. Due to its climate and geographical position, the valley can boast an exceptional variety of vegetation, including rare and precious species of flora. The valley offers tourists an environment rich in history, tradition, and culture. Actually, there are countless itineraries to discover a territory that is still anthropized and where traditional activities live on in a respectful balance between tradition and modernity. An ideal place for lovers of all sports, the Stura Valley is a popular and appreciated destination in both summer and winter. Without forgetting that even the mid-seasons can offer unexpected landscapes and scenery of rare beauty.
Let yourself be conquered by the beauties of the Stura Valley!
A territory rich in museums, in the upper Stura di Demonte Valley you can visit the Ecomuseo
della Pastorizia (Eco-museum of Sheep-breeding), a museum itinerary about sheep-breeding, history, traditions and the way in which the traditional settlement has characterised the evolution of the landscape. You can also get a close-up view of the history of the partisan struggle by visiting the Museum of War and Resistance in the Stura Valley, moving among photos, artefacts, and memories.