Agriturismo La Miando dal 1989 - Salza di Pinerolo, Torino
Borgata Didiero, 16
10060 Salza di Pinerolo (Torino)
Type: Farmhouse accommodation Geographical Location: Mountain Accommodations:
n°1 Double bed room. Total Guests 4
This farm holidays is situated in the centre of Salza di Pinerolo, a typical mountain village, famous for musical events and murals. The environment is intact, and surrounded by suggestive woods, in the Olympic mountain district of Sestriere.
Accommodations and Services in Agriturismo La Miando dal 1989
Hikers-shelter with a huge common 12 beds dormitory, of course provided with bathroom.
It's also possible to stay overnight in 4 rooms in the guest house.
The cuisine is traditional Provencal with the farm's production (fruit and vegetables, and particularly potatoes). Sheep and farmyard animals are kept. The holiday farm offers overnight stays, restaurant and sale of typical local products and recreational activities and activities for school groups. A G.T.A.. (Great Alpine Crossing) stop.
Ideal point even for difficult walks high up near the ski slopes, for a unique European experience: the "Scopriminiera", guided train tour inside talc mine of Prali-Ghigo (Europe's biggest).
Open all year, animals accepted.
Where we are
The farmhouse rent mountain bikes and has a convention with the nearby riding school. It is also a didactic farm recognized from the Piedmont Region (it welcome school children, for different educational and recreational activities), and in general any participation at farmhouse’s activities is welcome.
Walking through ancients paths and new coursed charts, you can reach high altitudes and embracing beautiful landscapes. On the same territory is it also possible to find historical museums, such as the “Scopriminiera”, a unique experience on a tiny train that will lead you to the discovery of one of the biggest European talc-mine.
You can also cross-country skiing, in the near village called Prali, or simply reach the 39 km far away Via Lattea famous ski slopes. Salsa can offer, on the other hand, an ice rink, and a walk-through-the-woods path for snowshoes.