pic nic area
our outdoor swimming pool (10m*5m*1.2m is usually open from the end of June till half September
just here around you can find some little rivers or streams, sometimes you can bath
with an extra ticket you can add the entrance to the swimming pool to that of the park
in 30m you can reach Avigliana, in there 2 lakes, in one of this is possible to swim, other water activity
in 40m you're in a wonderful natural little waterfall, you can bath
in 30m a leisure center, swimmingpools with slides and little dinosaurs park
city to visit
Giaveno has very ancient origins; some scholars of local history trace the first settlement back to Roman times.
In 1898 in the municipality of Giaveno, the Swiss industrialist Adolfo Kind used skis for the first time in the Italian mountains. Starting from the hamlet of Prà Fieul, he climbed up to Monte Cugno dell'Alpet (2 072 m), just east of Punta dell'Aquila.
Pinerolo experienced its moment of greatest splendor when (from 1295) it was the capital of the Acaia dominion and center of culture, with a flourishing school of notaries and with the presence of numerous artists such as Beltrami and Canavesio from Pinerolo, in 1475, following the initiative of the French Jacottino de 'Rubeis, it became a prosperous center of typographic art.Pinerolo has linked its name to the history of cycling and the Giro d'Italia: the city has repeatedly been the starting and finishing point of stages of the pink race , and the Tour de France. It has hosted competitions in the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics, and the 2007 Turin Winter Universiade.
the first capital of the Kingdom of Italy (from 1861 to 1865), seat of the XX Olympic Winter Games in 2006, birthplace of some of the major symbols of Made in Italy in the world, such as Vermouth, Gianduja chocolate and Espresso Coffee , is the hub of the Italian automotive industry, as well as an important center for publishing, banking and insurance, information technology, cinema, food and wine, aerospace, industrial design, sport and fashion
it is the only Piedmontese municipality, besides Turin, to be able to boast the presence of more than one Savoy residence in its territory: the seventeenth-eighteenth-century Reggia di Venaria Reale and the nineteenth-century Royal Apartments of Borgo Castello, located in the La Mandria regional park; visit the historic center, the Royal Palace, the Park and the hamlets
just outside the Turin suburbs and is in strong connection with the same territory. The "Strada delle Gallie" passes through Rivoli, a Roman consular road built by Augustus that leads from Turin to France and which constitutes one of the main routes of the Via Francigena, a road historically traveled by pilgrims, merchants and armies, still today a destination for religious tourism . And it is connected to the city of Turin by the "Stradone del Re" [Re Sole] (today: Corso Francia) one of the longest straights in Europe (12 km). Between the end of the 1800s and the first half of the 1900s, Rivoli was one of the privileged places of summer residence of the Turin nobility and upper middle class: this led to the construction of elegant villas of considerable architectural value. Visit the historic center and the Rivoli Castle
fruits and vegetables
cotton bags, water bottles, kaychain and others
wine tour 40min from here
wine tour 1.20min from here
Shopping and groceries
we have a small mini-market in Receptions for emergency stuff or for last minute wishes, where you can also fins or order some Local Products , we usually suggest our Guests to have a big groceries before coming up, the last chance, nearest to the campsite are Carrefour, or Coop in Giaveno or coming from Cumiana Basko, or little shops in center.