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Camping in Piemonte

Located on the border with Switzerland and France, this is an exceptional region for gourmets, nature lovers and camping enthusiasts. You can expect an authentic cuisine, truffle specialties and excellent wines. All this in a romantic hilly landscape in the northwest of Italy.

Camps in Piemonte


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Explore Piemonte: Camping Adventures & Local Highlights

Special characteristics of the region

Piemonte is one of the most beautiful regions in Italy and offers a unique combination of rolling hills, snow-capped Alps and historic towns. Here you'll find a variety of recreational opportunities, including hiking, biking, wine tasting and other culinary experiences.

Places to visit

Piemonte is rich in cultural treasures and natural wonders. Highlights include the city of Turin, known for its Baroque architecture and historic cafes. The Langhe region, with its vineyards and abundance of truffles, and Lake Maggiore, Italy's second largest lake, surrounded by picturesque towns and beautiful gardens, are also worth a visit.


Piedmont is suitable for those who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in wine and good food. To that end, a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, skiing and rafting, provide the perfect break from the culinary program. Visit one of the region's many wineries and sample local wines and truffle-infused specialties.

Events, festivals and traditions

Piedmont is rich in festivals and events, including the International Jazz Festival in Turin, the Truffle Festival in Alba and the Chocolate Festival, also in Turin. These are the best ways to get to know the culture and cuisine of the region.

Best time to travel

The best time to visit Piedmont is from April to November, when the weather is mild and pleasant and most outdoor activities are available. In autumn the truffle season is in full swing, which is a perfect time to enjoy the culinary delights of the region.

Regional specialities

Piedmont is known for its rich culinary traditions, including truffles, cheese, wine and chocolate. Specialties include tajarin, a type of homemade tagliatelle served with butter and truffles, and bagna cauda, a type of fondue made with garlic and olive oil and served with vegetables and bread. Barolo wine, which comes from the Langhe region, is also a must for wine lovers.

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