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Costigliole d'Asti Barolo Vineyard Trail Self Guided Walking Holiday
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Highlights

  • A huge selection of incredible wines, cheeses, sweets and chocolates to taste
  • Wonderful local restaurants, many featuring the famed white truffle
  • Relaxing walking through vineyards and hazelnut forests
  • Authentic family run accommodation, some with prize winning restaurants

The Barolo Vineyard Walking Trail winds its way through Piedmont, Italy’s hidden paradise for wine connoisseurs and gourmets. It explores the Langhe region, set between the Alps and the Apennine mountains, which is blessed with fertile lands that produce the Tube Magnatum, a prized white truffle, and one of Italy’s most prestigious red wines: the Barolo.

Piedmont is a region of Italy where food comes first and other local specialities of this area, which boasts a century’s old tradition of gastronomy, include gourmet cheeses, delicious pastries, hazelnut chocolates and indulgent deserts. As you walk amongst vineyards between pretty medieval villages you will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy the food and wine of the area.

The rolling landscape of the Langhe region in Piedmont is a rich tapestry of vineyards, hazelnut plantations and dense oak woods, sprinkled with picturesque villages, elegant castles and feudal towers. Your walk begins in historic Alba, with its thriving restaurant scene, truffle fair and annual donkey race. From Alba you wind your way through the rolling hills of the Langhe to Barolo, Monforte d’Alba, Cissone and Cravanzana before reaching Cortemilia, the end of the trail.

Your holiday includes seven nights’ accommodation in charming family run three star hotels and cosy agriturismo, many of whom are well known for their excellent cuisine. Breakfast, luggage transfer, emergency support, detailed route notes and maps are all included so you can just relax and enjoy the walking, food and wine of Piedmont.

DAY 1: Arrive in Alba

Turin is the closest airport (2h) but Milan Malpensa (3-4h) is served by more flights. Alba is a captivating medieval city of a “hundred towers”. A treasure chest of flavours and aromas located in the heart of Piedmont wine country.


The cobbled streets of Alba are lined with chic bars and boutiques and the restaurant scene is second to none. The Ferrero Rocher factory on the edge of town makes some of the world’s best selling chocolate but for areal treat dive into one of the divine little pastry shops.


Overnight: Hotel Savona**** or Hotel Lange***


Ideally located in the heart of Alba the hotels we use are big on service, style and sumptuous food. A great way to start your trip and serious foodies should consider adding an extra night in Alba to sample a couple more of the outstanding restaurants.


DAY 2: Roddi to Vergne-Barolo

A short taxi transfer brings you to beautiful Roddi this morning.  This is where your walk begins.


The trail meanders over hills and through valleys, passing the rustic hilltop village of La Morra before you reach reach Vergne-Barolo. Leave yourself plenty of time because both the Cantina Comunale di Morra and Vajra winery in Vergne offer wine tastings en route.


Walk 1: 17 km, 5.5 hrs, 493m ascent, 349m descent


Walk 2: 11 km, 5 hrs, 493m ascent, 349m descent


Overnight: Agriturismo Cà San Ponzio or Hotel Barolo


DAY 3: Vergne-Barolo to Monforte d’Alba

Today is dedicated to the appreciation of Barolo wine. Leaving Vergne you soon reach the beautiful old village of Novello, with its tower dating from the Middle Ages. Shortly thereafter you reach the wine capital of Barolo, where this famous wine is produced. The wonderful Castello dei Marchesi Faletti, complete with museum dedicated to Barolo, is the perfect place to while away a few hours.


Your walk continues through immaculate vineyards and hazelnut forests to the charming hilltop village of Monforte d’Alba. With a square packed with cantinas and restaurants the biggest challenge for the day is deciding where to eat.


Walk 1: 5km, 2.5 hrs, 394m ascent, 322m descent


Walk 2: 12km, 4 hrs, 394m ascent, 322m descent


Overnight: Hotel Grappolo d’Oro


A comfortable and modern hotel located right on the town square and well known for its excellent restaurant.


DAY 4: Monforte d’Alba to Cissone

Today you can look forward to a thoroughly rewarding walk through the varied landscape of the Langhe hills. The path winds through vineyards, hazelnut plantation and tranquil woods, discovering the ancient hamlet of Serralunga d’Alba along the way.


The afternoon brings a long climb to Roddino, a long descent and then a final short climb to your splendidly located agriturismo in Cissone.


Walk 1: 7km, 2 hrs, 338m ascent, 239m descent


Walk 2: 16km, 5 hrs, 846m ascent, 681m descent


Overnight: Agriturismo Balcone sulle Langhe


Enjoying the most wonderful rural location this beautifully restored farmhouse enjoys wonderful vistas over the Langhe Hills. Offering simple but comfortable accommodation and delicious home cooked meals it is the ideal escape.


DAY 5: Circular walk from Cissone

The landscape surrounding Cissone is a patchwork of vineyards sprinkled with towers and castles. Enjoy a circular walk through this delightful corner of Piedmont, perhaps stopping for a glass of local wine from a traditional cantina in the centre of the village.


Walk: 8.5km, 3 hrs, 307m ascent/descent


Overnight: Agriturismo Balcone sulle Langhe


DAY 6: Cissone to Cravanzana

You will notice the landscape changing today as you walk into the higher part of the Langhe Hills.Characterised by hazelnut forests and steep slopes covered with huge oak trees this is where you also find the treasure of the Langhe: the precious ‘Tuber Magnatum’, also known as ‘the white truffle of Alba’. Don’t worry if you don’t find it on your walk because it is sure to feature on the menu this evening.


Walk: 20.5km, 6.5hrs, 681m ascent, 750m descent


Overnight: Ristorante Albergo Da Maurizio**


Wonderful food, a wine list of 250 labels and simple rooms. This charming 2* restaurant with rooms has been run by the Robaldo family since 1902. Cheese lovers will particularly appreciate the choice of 25—30 local Piedmont cheeses offered. Please note that the hotel's restaurant is closed Wednesdays (cold platter available or you'll be accompanied to a nearby restaurant).


DAY 7: Cravanzana to Cortemilia

Today you can look forward to a lovely relaxed walk from Cravanzana to Cortemilia, passing the charming villages of Torre Bormida and Bergolo on the way. The path winds through hazelnut plantations, dense chestnut woods and narrow paved streets. A walk as delightfully varied as the landscape itself.


Walk: 12km, 4 hrs, 352m ascent, 832m descent


Overnight: Villa San Carlo


The three star Hotel Ristorante Villa San Carlo, run by the Zarri family, is located in the heart of Cortemilia. With 21 comfortable rooms, a large garden with swimming pool and the most fabulous restaurant you won’t want to leave.


DAY 8: Depart Cortemilia

Your holiday ends after breakfast. A local bus runs from Cortemilia to Alba daily except on Sundays. You can also book a taxi to take you to Alba.


Additional Nights and Extensions

You can add additional nights at any point along the walk or elsewhere in Italy.


Tailor Made Holidays

We are always more than happy to tailor our standard itineraries to suit. Just let us know what you would like and we will be happy to arrange your tailor made holiday.

Accommodation

The accommodation on this walk is a combination of charming family run three star hotels in the larger towns and cosy and friendly agriturismo in the countryside. Many are renowned for their excellent cuisine and all offer a warm welcome to walkers, traditional hospitality and an authentic experience.


Alternate Accommodation

During high season, or when your stay falls on a closing day, you might be booked into a different accommodation which is not listed in the description. Any alternative accommodation will be of the same or better standard as those described.


Single Rooms

If you require single rooms within your party we would be happy to accommodate you although there is a single room supplement payable.


Meals

A delicious breakfast is included each morning. Lunch and dinner are not included. Most accommodations are happy to provide a packed lunch - this should be requested on arrival. Or you can pick up lunch in the village or stop along the trail. Your route notes have details for each day. Dinner is available either at your accommodation or nearby bars, cafes and restaurants. Please note that Hotel Da Maurizio's restaurant is closed Wednesdays (cold
platter available or you'll be accompanied to a nearby restaurant).


How to Book

This walking holiday is available from mid-April to the end of November. You can start your walk on any date in the season. To make a provisional reservation select "Book" for the itinerary you are interested in.
Option prices will be displayed as part of the booking process.
Because every holiday we book is bespoke, availability changes from day to day and our booking process works as follows:


  • You provisionally book the tour you are interested in for your preferred dates and pay a 20% deposit online or by phone.
  • We confirm availability and book all your accommodation and options and send final confirmation as soon as everything is confirmed (max 5 working days).
  • If we are unable to accommodate you on your confirmed dates/tour or an alternative of your choice your deposit is fully refunded.

Grade & Terrain

This walking tour is graded Easy to Moderate. The walks are through vineyards and along uneven footpaths, mule tracks and small gravel roads (strade bianche). The trails through the vineyards can get slippery, muddy and heavy-going when wet or after it has rained. Daily walks are of 2 to 6.5 hrs with an average ascent and descent of 300 - 400m. On most days there is an easier option walk, with most days 3 to 4.5 hours. The toughest day where there is just one walk available is Day 6, with an ascent of 681m, approx. duration is 6.5hrs.


Navigation, Route Notes & Maps

Some of the walks on this trip are way marked but many are not and you will need to follow the route notes and maps supplied.


Solo Walkers & Single Rooms

This holiday is available for solo walkers but we would recommend that you are more experienced in walking and navigating alone. If you are travelling solo the holiday is more expensive as some costs are not shared.


Baggage Transfer

Your bags will be transferred between your accommodations as per your itinerary. We ask you to limit your luggage to one bag of up to 20kg per person.


Transfers

A local taxi transfers is included on day 2 from Alba to the start of your walk. We can book a transfer from Cortemilia to Alba for you at additional charge.


Equipment

Your information pack has a detailed equipment list which includes standard walking gear such as good walking boots or shoes, warm and waterproof clothes and a day pack.


Travel Insurance

It is a condition of booking with us that you have suitable travel insurance that covers you for cancellation, curtailment, illness or injury.


General Information

The distances and ascent/descents are approximations of the recommended routes. Please be prepared by packing all necessary items, for example, proper rain gear (jacket and pants), sun hat, sunscreen. Your information pack has a detailed equipment list which includes standard walking gear such as good walking boots or shoes, warm and waterproof clothes for the cooler months and lightweight clothing for summer, and a day pack.


Getting to Alba

By Air—Turin is the closest airport (2 h) and served by BA and Ryanair from the UK. Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa are served by many more airlines but the journey time by public transport is at least 3– 4 hours.


From Turin Airport to Alba - Take the bus to Turin railway station and then train to Alba (1 change)


From Milan Linate/Malpensa to Alba - take the train or bus to central Milan and the train to Alba (2 – 3 changes, 3—4 hours).


From Cortemilia to Alba (End of Trip) - There are a few public buses each day, except Sundays. The journey takes 50 minutes. Private transfers are available.

Getting to Alba

By Air—Turin is the closest airport (2 h) and served by BA and Ryanair from the UK. Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa are served by many more airlines but the journey time by public transport is at least 3– 4 hours.


From Turin Airport to Alba - Take the bus to Turin railway station and then train to Alba (1 change)


From Milan Linate/Malpensa to Alba - take the train or bus to central Milan and the train to Alba (2 – 3 changes, 3—4 hours).


From Cortemilia to Alba (End of Trip) - There are a few public buses each day, except Sundays. The journey takes 50 minutes. Private transfers are available.


Travel Insurance

It is a condition of booking with us that you have suitable travel insurance that covers you for cancellation, curtailment, illness or injury.

Included

  • Accommodation for 7 nights in 3 star hotels and agriturismo.
  • 7 breakfasts
  • Daily luggage transport of 1 bag of up to 20kg per person as required.
  • Transfers on day 2
  • Detailed route descriptions and pre departure information pack
  • Maps of the walks
  • 24-hour assistance by phone

Excluded

  • Flights and transfers to first / from last accommodation
  • Lunches, dinners, drinks & snacks
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, phone calls, extra transfers, tips, etc.
  • Any items not specifically mentioned in the program

Extras

  • Single room supplement(s) if applicable
  • Solo walker supplement if applicable
  • Airport transfers
  • Additional nights during the holiday.

We are often asked the following questions and we hope that you will find the answers useful. Don't hesitate to contact one of our Italy specialists if you have any further queries.

How fit do I need to be?

This walking holiday is graded easy to moderate and involves between three and seven hours of walking each day. On the longer days there is usually a shorter option available but the minimum daily walk is three hours.

When is the best time of year?

The walking in fabulous from April through November but October to early November is high season for Truffles and the Truffle Festival in Alba over the weekends is a real highpoint.

July and August can be hot so you will have to start early to miss the heat of the day, although the towns and villages are buzzing which is great.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We suggest you book as soon as your plans are finalised as this area is extremely popular. You will find up to date availability on our website and we will always try and accommodate your plans so just ask.

What personal equipment do I need?

You will need good walking shoes/boots, comfortable walking clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, a daypack and hats/gloves etc.

Which is the best airport?

Turin is the closest but Milan Linate and Malpensa are served by more flights.

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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4.6

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Pros

  • Well organised (15)
  • Fun (13)
  • Great accommodations (13)
  • Once in a lifetime experience (5)

Cons

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  • Holiday (12)
  • Relaxation (11)
  • Trying something new (10)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • World traveller (10), Avid adventurer (3), Occasional traveller (3)

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5.0

Wonderful walking holiday

By Susan

from Washington, DC

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Fun
  • Great Accommodations
  • Sensational eating and great wine
  • Well Organised

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Holiday

    Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

    Our group of four (two couples) thoroughly enjoyed our hikes along the vineyards and hazelnut groves and picturesque small villages in the Piedmont region. We found the trail directions clear and easy to follow. The lodgings were clean and comfortable. (We particularly liked the classy Albergo Giardino Da Felicin in Monforte d'Alba and the swank Hotel Villa San Carlo in Cortemilia.) And the quality of the food and wine throughout was simply amazing.

    We went in May/June and enjoyed the quiet. Expect more tourists in fall.

     
    5.0

    Wonderful walking holiday

    By Laura W.

    from Connecticut, USA

    About Me World Traveller

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Fun
    • Great Accommodations
    • Once in a Lifetime Experience
    • Well Organised

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Holiday
      • Justifying all the good food
      • Relaxation
      • Trying Something New

      Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

      What a fantastic trip! We traveled at the end of September, which was great timing-- not too hot, and nothing was crowded. In fact, a lot of the smaller villages were quite empty, but still fun to explore for the art and architecture. If you're looking for shopping, the first few days of the trip pass through larger towns, while the later days are in more remote areas. The scenery was beautiful and varied, the walks a nice mix of trails and roads (rolling hills, sometimes steep, but usually not for too long), and the food and hospitality were top notch.

      The walk guides were well-organized and we didn't have any trouble staying on the path. Much of the trail is marked with red and white blazes, which are a help in validating that you're on the right path.

      Highlights:

      Ca san ponzio on the first night is a gem. The rooms are cozy, but the real highlights are the wine cellar and the host, who made us feel thoroughly welcome. Breakfast here is a great start to a good day of walking.

      L'Bunet in Bergolo (which you pass through on the last day of walking) is a fantastic restaurant and well worth a stop (call ahead to find out if and when they're serving). They have Wonderful food with very fresh ingredients (including those picked from the garden moments before serving), friendly staff (who are very knowledgeable about food allergies...and wine) and a great opportunity to sample wines from smaller vineyards. They also are willing to let you shop from their wine cellar, and all their recommendations were spot-on.

       
      4.0

      3 stars are often better than 4

      By Barolo's

      from Wales

      About Me Avid Adventurer, World Traveller

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Great Accommodations
      • Well Organised

      Cons

      • Leaf hoovers all day - Hazel Nut Harvest

      Best Uses

      • Holiday
      • Relaxation

      Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

      The Hotel Savona in Alba is a classic city Hotel near the station. The Hotel Langhe is a relaxing Hotel just 20 minutes walk outside the centre of Alba.
      Don't expect to stop at vineyards on the way. There is plenty of opportunity near the accommodation; though we saved ourselves for the evening.
      The walking is very up and down mainly on tracks and quiet roads. The views are very good. The wine and food are the main thing though ... walking just makes you feel; less guilty.
      This was a very enjoyable change from walking across mountain ranges and through jungles.

       
      5.0

      Beautiful countryside, lovely locals, terrific food and wine

      By Fifi

      from Western Australia

      About Me World Traveller

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • a challenge that I enjoyed more than I thought
      • Fun
      • Well Organised

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Trying Something New

        Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

        I was anxious after I had read some reviews, however, I was pleasantly surprised how well we went. Did resort to the GPS on the mobile on a few occasions - as the signs were a bit ambiguous. Another couple who were walking in the same area (different company) were having a lot of difficulty with their directions which were all photos! Things change in vegetation! They were seasoned walkers and were impressed with our book. Over all, the accommodation was as expected, charming mostly, made the better by the wonderful hosts, food and wine excellent. The last day's signage/directions were the poorest, however, we did find our way. The information given to us was comprehensive, I should have taken a better backpack, but still managed. Could the direction North be printed onto the topography please? Also (unless there has been a change) could the fact that we had to change from a bus to a train at Cavallermaggiore was not noted anywhere!! I was so taken with my efforts, I would even consider doing something like that again!!!!
        Another suggestion would be, if we gave notice, could we have a croissant,ham/cheese and fruit for lunch packed (or we make it for ourselves) as we didn't want to eat a big lunch, and as we passed through the towns mentioned for lunch it was either too early or they weren't open! The NZ couple found a winery in Cissone just down from the hotel, after the early day, we could have retired there for the afternoon.
        Well done Macs, I have given you a tick and have had friends interested in our adventures.

         
        5.0

        Vineyards are steep!

        By Hummingbird

        from Arizona, USA

        About Me Avid Adventurer, World Traveller

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • A Challenge
        • Fun
        • Great Accommodations
        • Once in a Lifetime Experience
        • Well Organised

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Holiday
          • Relaxation
          • Trying Something New

          Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

          We hiked the Barolo Vineyard Trail in early May 2016. The weather was comfortably cool, perfect for walking. The vineyard trails were often very steep, so we always seemed to be walking either up or down a fairly steep incline. Fabulous views and a good cardio workout. We always needed to carry a lunch as there were no lunch stops along the way.
          This area has an average of five days of rain in May and they came all at once, making for extremely slippery trails. Barolo wine vines grow in a mixture of clay and sand, and when wet, the terrain is unbelievably greasy. Good rain gear is essential.
          At one point, after sheltering in a shed while 6 inches of rain and hail fell with close lightening strikes, we opted to walk the road to our destination instead of a muddy trail. The maps really helped us make alternate plans, and our GPS confirmed our direction.
          The hosts, accommodations and food we experienced were all perfect.

           
          5.0

          I would recommend this trail

          By Claudine et Alain

          from STRASBOURG - France (Alsace)

          About Me World Traveller

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Well Organised

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

              A wonderful trail in a beautiful region of Italy, not so touristic than Toscane, but the landscapes and the villages are as wonderful as in Toscana.
              October is a good season to walk in the vineyards of Barolo, it was really beautiful and we recommend to combinate this trip with the truffle festival from Alba (mid-october) that is great.
              The accommodations were nice and the eating in this region is really tasteful : truffles, mushrooms, pasta, hazelnuts and Barolo Wine !!!
              Great trip for the people who are gourmet : we are a group of 8 guys coming from France ...
              The daily walks are not hard, but we walked between 5 and 6 hours each day in the hills of the Piémont, so you need to have a training.
              No problem to find our way, the explanations were good.

               
              5.0

              Would happily do this walk again...

              By Roadrunner

              from Banchory

              About Me Avid Adventurer, World Traveller

              Pros

              • Fun
              • Great Accommodations
              • Once in a Lifetime Experience
              • Well Organised

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Holiday
                • Relaxation
                • Thrill Seeking

                Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

                The 8-day walking holiday was superbly organised in every way. We started our tour with two nights stay in Alba, taking in the sights as well as the delightful black and white truffles and superb local wines. We then had overnight stays in Vergne, Monforte, Cissone (2), Cravanzana and Cortemilia, while during the days we walked in glorious sunshine though vineyards, hazelnut orchards, forests and quaint villages. September is perhaps the best time of year for this walk as it is the harvest time for the grapes. The choice of accommodation was excellent, with friendly hosts, excellent food and drink on offer and super-comfy beds. The route guide was excellent although in a few instances the information was inadequate or wrong, but we managed to find the right way after some trial and error. Must admit, this added to the sense of adventure of the holiday. Thumbs up for Macs adventure once again (my third time of using their services).

                 
                5.0

                Engaging and fun

                By Tezali

                from DUNSBOROUGH, W. Australia

                About Me World Traveller

                Pros

                • Fun
                • Great Accommodations
                • Well Organised

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Holiday
                  • Relaxation
                  • Trying Something New

                  Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

                  Some sections were not as well signposted as others and this led on a few occasions to lose way. A more consistent signposting would be welcome.
                  The accommodation was very good, all our hosts were extremely welcoming and helpful. Our host in Cissone was especially helpful.
                  We would have appreciated transport to the bus stop when we returned to Alba from Cortimilia. It was quite a walk with cases.
                  In the guide book it seemed that each section was organized by a different person because the consistency was lacking; some much more comprehensive than others.
                  Overall it was a terrific trip.

                   
                  5.0

                  Engaging and fun

                  By Tez & Ali

                  from Dunsborough , W. Australia

                  About Me World Traveller

                  Pros

                  • Fun
                  • Great Accommodations
                  • Well Organised

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Holiday
                    • Relaxation
                    • Trying Something New

                    Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

                    We felt that some sections were bettered signposted than others and this caused a few moments where we were definitely lost. There were a few inconsistencies in the guide book as to detail on the track.
                    We were extremely impressed with all the accommodation. Our host in Cissone was great , but all hosts were very welcoming.
                    The heat we had to walk in was extreme, over 35C each day. On a couple of occasions for the longer distances an earlier breakfast would have been desirable.
                    It would have been very useful if in Cortimilia a lift was arranged to the bus stop as it was some distance to walk with suitcases.
                    We thoroughly enjoyed the walk overall.

                    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    4.0

                    What a wonderful adventure!!!!

                    By W and R the hikers

                    from Western Canada

                    About Me Avid hiker, Occasional Traveller

                    Pros

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Adventure Seeking
                        • Relaxation

                        Comments about macs adventure Barolo Vineyard Trail:

                        On our own, we would never have been able to find these amazing trails that took us through a stunning section of the Piedmont countryside! We also never would have found the wonderful accommodations and absolutely the best food in the world!!

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