Buttogno is surrounded by forests and has two sides: on the one hand, rural farmsteads, going uphill, and on the other side, elegant residences with large gardens, descending into the valley.
The agricultural buildings with their stables and stone constructions, fit in with splendid elegant dwellings, such as the house of the painter Lorenzo Peretti.
In the centre of the village is the visitor centre for the Val Grande National Park. This is a useful source of information for anyone wishing to explore the national park and its primeval countryside.
The 26 posts, distributed in the centre of Santa Maria Maggiore and in the two villages of Crana and Buttogno
Three stages for getting to know the history, countryside and rural customs