From Turin follow motorway A55 to Pinerolo, then near the town take the ring road (tangenziale) of Pinerolo. Follow directions to Val Chisone and Val Germanasca until you reach Perosa Argentina; in the town take on the left towards Salza and Massello valleys. Drive on road SP 169 direction Ghigo di Prali for approximately 4,5 km. Pass through the village Chiotti Superiori and turn left, continue for about 1 km in the direction of Colle Lazzarà until you reach Borgata Moliera.
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At about 8 km distance form the B&B there is the biggest talc mine of Europe (Scopriminiera). At about 15 km distance there is Fenestrellle Fortification: they both offer guided tours.
Nearby the location you can do many sports: trekking, fishing, horse-riding, ice-skating, American bowling, skiing, climbing, hiking and mountain bike cycling, mounteneering, hunting, French bowling, archery, speleology, squash and volleyball playing.
There are many shops of souvenirs, local food, antiques, cinemas, pubs, bars, restaurants, discos and museums.
Surrounded by the forests, this Bed & Breakfast is the right place for those who wish to spend some relaxing days.
The house has been recently renovated with basic and linear furniture and is located in a small village in the heart of the valley, Val Germanasca. The B&B has three guestrooms, with bathroom, one of them is suitable for disabled persons; there are also a laundry room, a private parking and a garden. The guests will have a delicious typical breakfast, which is served in the living room, in winter, and on the beautiful terrace, in summer, where you can enjoy the wide landscape on the valley.
This is the ideal place for lovers of fishing and mushrooms picking, for hikers and mountain bike cyclists. If you are a lover of skiing, you’ll find nearby various renowned ski resorts, such as Prali, Pragelato, Sestriere; also snowshoes trekkers can find unlimited offer of paths and itineraries in wild and pure nature, just outside the house.
Furthermore our territory offers many historical and cultural attractions, such as museums and exhibitions about Waldensian movement and mountain life.