The landscape changes in Villette. The valley opens up and goes on and on. Villette is located some distance from the station.
The village is situated in the midst of pastureland and chestnut and beech groves on three terrace-like plateaus, and it is well-known for its sundials. In the heart of the village is the church dedicated to St. Bartholomew which was built in 1626.
On a walk through the heart of the village, you can admire several richly decorated sundials that adorn the facades of the houses.
The journey begins by train to take you to one of the many destinations in the Vigezzo Valley that will amaze you.
A true paradise for climbing enthusiasts, where you can enjoy a glorious panorama in a superb sunny location
You can embark on the Via del Mercato towards Camedo or in the opposite direction towards Masera from Re