Intragna, the gateway to the Centovalli, is a small Ticino village that is full of surprises. In the narrow alleyways of the village you can discover typical stone houses, historical palazzi and all kinds of picturesque and atmospheric places.
However, Intragna is particularly well-known for its famous bell tower, which is part of the San Gottardo church. It is actually the tallest in the entire canton. The church, built in 1722 and dedicated to St. Gotthard, has a baroque altar and an elegant balustrade.
Intragna is also home to the Centovalli and Pedemonte museum, where you can find out all about the history and tradition of the region. From the building, you can see the renowned railway bridge made of steel.
A project designed to show corners of our territory that are absolutely worth discovering and enjoying!
Train journey and guided tour of the bell tower and the Regional Museum of Centovalli and Terre di Pedemonte.
A guided tour recounting the emigration of the chimney sweeps in the region
There are no market stands to be found on the Via del Mercato, but instead, you will encounter an ancient bridle path, streams, forests, mills and breathtaking views
Isorno, Melezza and Maggia. A trip on the attractive regional river landscape.
Via delle Vose follows the former bridle path of the farmers from Onsernone Valley, who used the trail to walk into the valley
Even after the opening of the Lötschberg Base Tunnel, the traditional Lötschberg mountain line between the Bernese Oberland and Valais has lost none of its charm.