Val di Susa (Susa Valley)

Castello di Rivoli (Rivoli’s Castle), the Via Francigena (the road connecting England and France to the Holy See in Rome and to the ports of embarkation for the Holy Land in Apulia) and the Sacra di San Michele, symbol of the Piedmont Region, are some of the lower Susa Valley’s best attractions. During the winter months in the upper valley, about an hour’s drive from Turin, you will find the Via Lattea (Milky Way), a paradise for skiers of all levels with its 249 slopes connected to each other.
Trails and nature parks also make the Susa Valley a popular destination for hikers and mountain bikers in the summer months.