Turistic itineraries

We have prepared for our guests, some tourist-cultural itineraries, thematic and divided by zones. All in order to make your stay interesting, fun and productive.
On request it is possible to accompany our guests.

Mergozzo and around

Mergozzo Center

Portico delle Cappelle, Santa Marta, Santa Elisabetta al Sasso, CRI Park, Archaeological Museum.


Mergozzo Candoglia

San Graziano, La Fabbrica del Duomo, La Cava of marble. Pedestrian crossing on the Toce River and view of the old loading station.


Mergozzo Bracchio


Colma di Vercio - Monte Faiè

More INFO to the Site:





Walk on the Blue Path and visit of the Church of San Giovanni in Montorfano, the church is mentioned for the first time in a document of 885.



Visit to the Resistance House near the Monument to the 42 Martyrs

Visit to the Fondotoce Natural Park. Also possible through the bike path




The real cave of Santa Claus, Sanctuary of the Boden, Excursion and visit of the Cadorna fortifications



Visit Latteria and the goat cheese maturing cellar. Possibility of purchasing products.


Premosello Colloro


Alpe Capraia

Entrance to the Val Grande Park



The Visconti Castle


Market Square

Center of the City, it is a small jewel of Renaissance architecture, with fifteenth-century arcades that support manor houses of the XV-XVI century, scenically perfect in its asymmetry


Palazzo Silva
(a rare example of a late Renaissance noble house, one of the most significant buildings in Piedmont) reopens after restoration in July 2014.


Church of San Quirico

At the foot of the Calice hills, it has architectural and ornamental features dating back to the 10th or 11th century, probably built on the remains of a proto-Christian temple. The 12th and 15th century frescoes are noteworthy.


Collegiate of the Saints Gervasio and Protasio

Built between 1792 and 1798 to a design by Arch. Matteo Zucchi, has three naves with six chapels and a valuable high altar in polychrome marble.


City Palace

Designed by arch. Leoni, is a beautiful example of the work of the second neoclassicism.


Palazzo San Francesco

Behind the City Palace, it was built on the plan of the Church of San Francesco, which dated back to the end of the 13th century. See if re-opened after restoration.


Palazzo Mellerio

Next to the Town Hall, it was built by Count Giacomo Mellerio who founded the first Ossola gymnasium (1818).



Construction located in via Monte Grappa erected on one of the extremities of the fourteenth-century pentagonal walls that surrounded the old village


Via Briona

Characteristic street that leads to Piazza Mercato and on which stands the Tower of the '300 called
"del Vescovo"


Sacro Monte Calvario Nature Reserve

Regional park and protected area since 1991; access is free, subject to rules of behavior and good education. The Reserve organizes paid guided tours for schools and educational activities associations. The Sacro Monte Calvario is also artistic and cultural heritage.

Ossola Valleys

The Antrona Valley

it is one of the seven valleys that branch off from the Val d'Ossola (VB), and is crossed by the Ovesca stream. The V.A. begins in Villadossola.


The Anzasca Valley

is the valley through which one reaches the eastern wall of Monte Rosa, the widest in the Alps both in width and in height (4635 m.) Starts in Piedimulera


The Bognanco Valley

it opens up behind Domodossola, branching out from the wider Val d'Ossola. The Baths are open in Bognanco


The Divedro Valley

It is the Valley that, starting from Crevoladossola, leads to the Simplon. Near Varzo, a tourist resort, the valley opens and the Cairasca Valley branches out, from which you can reach the San Domenico hamlet, known for its ski resort complex, and the Alpe Veglia and Alpe Devero Park.


The Vigezzo Valley

it is known as the Valley of the Painters for the historical presence of landscape painters and portraitists.

Salt from Domodossola and along the Swiss Centovalli you arrive in Locarno and back to Lake Maggiore.


The Valle Antigorio Valley

The Antigorio Valley is entirely covered by the Toce river, and extends from Domodossola to the Chioso hamlet of Premia, including the municipalities of Crodo, Baceno and Premia.


Valle Formazza Valley

The Valley of the Toce Waterfall. The valley is home to numerous artificial basins created in the first decades of the 20th century for the production of hydroelectric energy; all the dams are now owned by Enel. The Baths are open in Premia


In all the valleys various Trekking offers for all needs


Orta, Miasino, Pella Quarna

Sacro Monte, Piazza Motta, The Palazzotto, Visit to the Island of San Giulio,



Alessi Shop

Boat trip on Lake Orta: INFO at the Site https://www.navigazionelagodorta.it/en/index.php


Ethnographic Museum and Musical Instrument


Visit to Rampone & Cazzani, a wind musical instrument factory


Quarna International Music Festival 40th Edition


Alpe Camasca, Monte Croce, Massa del Turlo. Possibility to reach Valsesia on foot or by mountain bike through an easy mule track


Verbania, Baveno, Stresa, Gignese, Armeno, Mottarone 

Camminare in Valstrona


Bellissimi Itinerari al Sito:



Le Vie del Legno
INFO al Sito



Campello Monti  
Ecomuseo "Walsergemeinschaft Kampel"




Verbania Pallanza
Villa Giulia Park, Isolino di San Giovanni, summer residence
by Arturo Toscanini.

Villa Taranto, a wonderful botanical garden.

Verbania Golf & Sporting Club

V illa San Remigio


The Baptistery, Villa Branca, Villa Gavazzeni


Visit to the Borromean Islands, Palazzo dei Congressi, Funivia for Mottarone. Villa Pallavicino


The Alpinia Botanical Garden, Umbrella and Parasol Museum.


The beautiful Romanesque church of Santa Maria Assunta, mentioned as belonging to the parish church of San Giulio in a document that
dates back to 1217

VIDEO - Lago Maggiore, Stresa e
le Isole Borromee

Paola Bed & Breakfast
Via Leopoldo Oliva, 8
28802 Albo I, Mergozzo  
Verbano Cusio Ossola - Italy

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