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The cultural destination of Piedmont

Areas to explore

Visit the classic vineyards of Piedmont, dine at authentic italian restaurants, shop at the local vintage & food markets, hike or bike around the nature trails and much more. Our experiences are right here to make your holiday even more unforgettable.

What to do in Piedmont?

"The bike ride of my life - from winery to winery"

Biking the vineyards

If you love biking, this is the place to get in the saddle and explore the most gorgeous scenery on 2 wheels. Biking the vineyards is a must and a lifetime memory. All types of bikes can be rented in the town of Canelli and Santo Stefano Belbo, whether you want to ride e-bike, gravel bike, Mtb or racing bike. The trails starts just outside of villa Robini.

"Let's eat more truffles....

Local restaurants

Step into the small charming Italian towns, where local restaurants transform meals into adventures. Dive into handmade pasta, truffle risottos, and other unforgettable local bites. From hidden trattorias to lively cafes, flavors burst with vibrancy. Amid cobblestone alleys, let every dish tell a story, capturing the zest of Italy's culinary spirit.

Explore the local areas of Piedmont - there is something for everyone.

"The sparkeling town of  delicate bubbles"


Canelli exudes wine-soaked charm. Discover its iconic cellars where Asti Spumante sparkles. Sip and savor at legendary wineries like Coppo and Bosca. From the panoramic Belvedere views to savoring local bites, dive into Canelli's wine culture, relishing every drop of its vibrant heritage. Go truffle hunting with the locals or jump on e-bikes and explore the endless vineyards around Canelli on your own.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can you do in Piedmont?

Piedmont offers a rich blend of cultural, culinary, and natural experiences.
Here are some of the things you can do:

1. Wine Tasting: Explore the renowned wine regions of Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Asti, Alba, Monferrato, Langhe and more. Take wine tours, visit vineyards, and sample some of Italy's finest red, white and sparkling wines.

2. Truffle Hunting: Piedmont is famous for its truffles. Participate in truffle hunts with trained dogs and learn about the art of truffle hunting.

3. Culinary Delights: Indulge in Piedmontese cuisine, known for dishes like risotto, agnolotti, and the iconic bagna cauda. Enjoy local restaurants and markets.

4. City tours: Visit Alba, Neive, Nizza Monferrato, Acqui Terme, Turin, Milano - within a short distance lies a broad variety of charming small towns and bigger cities, known for their various festivals, vintage markets, food fairs, historic centers, and lovely ancient architecture.

5. Outdoor Activities: Explore the region's remarkable cycling and hiking routes, including those that wind through the vineyards and the valleys. Or go skiing in the Alps during winter time.

6. Lakes and Water Activities: Visit Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta for relaxation, boat tours, and water sports.

7. Hot Springs: Pamper yourself in the natural hot springs of Acqui Terme and Bognanco for a rejuvenating experience.

8. Art and Culture: Explore art museums and galleries, including the Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli in Turin.

9. Scenic Drives: Drive through picturesque landscapes, taking routes like the Langhe wine route, which offers stunning views of vineyards and rolling hills.

10. Piedmont's Ligurian Sea coastline offers a striking blend of rugged cliffs, serene coves, and charming villages like Cinque Terre, Genoa, and Portofino.

As you see, Piedmont offers a diverse range of experiences that cater to wine lovers, foodies, nature enthusiasts, history buffs, and anyone seeking a taste of authentic Italian culture.

When is the best time to visit Piedmont?

The best times to visit Piedmont are spring (April-June) for mild weather and blooming vineyards, and autumn (September-October) for the grape harvest and vibrant foliage. Summer (July-August) offers warm days and festivals, while winter (October-February) is ideal for truffle enthusiasts and winter sports lovers.

But no matter what time of the year you choose to visit Piedmont, you will have a lovely stay in villa Robini, because it is the perfect and most cosy holiday house all year round, both indoor and outdoor.

When is the the truffle festival in Alba?

The Alba Truffle Festival, also known as the "Fiera Internazionale del Tartufo Bianco d'Alba," typically takes place from early October to mid-November each year. Alba, a town in the Piedmont region of Italy, is renowned for its white truffles, and this festival celebrates the truffle harvest with various events, markets, and culinary experiences. We recommend checking the official festival website or local sources for the most accurate and up-to-date information about the exact dates of the Alba Truffle Festival for the year you plan to visit.

What is the meaning of 'hygge'?

Inside our living room, we put up the light sign 'hygge' because we love to spread this special atmosphere to the villa and our guests. 'Hygge' is a Danish concept of finding joy in simple, cozy moments. It's about creating a warm atmosphere and appreciating life's small pleasures, especially with loved ones. 'Hygge' is about surrounding yourself with the things that make life good, like friendship, laughter and security, This is the feeling we want you to experience when staying in Villa Robini - it's time for 'hygge' :)

Get lost in the endless vineyards

“Located in the heart of Piedmont, you'll discover experiences that everyone can enjoy throughout the year.”

Peter Nielsen