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SONDRIO

SONDRIO

In the heart of Valtellina, wedged between the Rhaetic and the Orobian Alps, lies the city of Sondrio. A small city, but with an indefinable charm, the result of a perfect union between buildings of different periods and styles.
Albosaggia

Albosaggia

A town in the heart of the Parco delle Orobie rich in nature and history, that enshrines one of the most beautiful Stüe in Valtellina.
Berbenno di Valtellina

Berbenno di Valtellina

A village that dominates the valley of the Adda river on the sunny Rhaetian side, rich in characteristic sights.
Caiolo

Caiolo

Caiolo is a small town of ancient origins that offers modern services: an airfield also frequented by gliding enthusiasts, camper service areas and a 9 hole golf course on a 25 hectare field.
Caspoggio

Caspoggio

Together with Chiesa in Valmalenco, Spriana, Lanzada and Torre di Santa Maria, Caspoggio (caspöc’) is one of the five municipalitiesof which Valmalenco is composed.
Castello dell'Acqua

Castello dell'Acqua

The quarters of Castello dell'Acqua are enriched by churches, frescoes and testimonies to the rural tradition.
Castione Andevenno

Castione Andevenno

On the terraced vineyards of Castione Andevenno the Nebbiolo grapes are grown, used to produce great wines: Valtellina Superiore DOCG, Riserva DOCG, Sforzato DOCG e il Sassella IGT.
Cedrasco

Cedrasco

The origins of Cedrasco date back to the 14th century, when mining, iron extraction and manufacturing where the leading industry.
Chiesa in Valmalenco

Chiesa in Valmalenco

Chiesa Valmalenco is the main turist destination of Valmalenco, both in Summer and Winter. It was developed where the valley divides into two cracks: one heading towards the higher part of the valley, at the feet of Mount Disgrazia, and the other one towards the Lanterna valley and Piz Bernina (4050 m).
Chiuro

Chiuro

Chiuro is nowadays regarded as the "capital" of Valtellinese vinification. Here are produced renown red wines such as Valtellina Superiore DOCG and Sforzato.
Colorina

Colorina

The town, developed at the feet of piz Gerlo, is made up by several settlements that preserve valuable artistic and historic elements, in particular frescoes from the XIV Century depicting the Virgin with the Child.
Faedo Valtellino

Faedo Valtellino

Faedo is made up by several settlements with vestiges of the typical rural architecture.
Fusine

Fusine

Fusine is a town at the beginning of Valmadre, that once was the most important gateway to the Bergamasque region.
Lanzada

Lanzada

Together with Chiesa in Valmalenco, Caspoggio, Spriana and Torre di Santa Maria, Lanzada is one of the five municipalitiesof which Valmalenco is composed. Lanzada is the only town in Lombardy with an elevation exceeding 4000 m a.s.l.: the highest point is located on Piz Bernina (4.021). Its peak, with an elevation of 4.049 m a.s.l., is in Swiss territory.
Montagna in Valtellina

Montagna in Valtellina

Montagna in Valtellina is one of the most picturesque towns in Valtellina, located along the well-known Road of Castles and offering wonderful sights of the valley floor and the Orobic Alps.
Piateda

Piateda

Piateda, a town rich in pastures and woods, is very interesting from an alpinistic point of view, as it has many routes leading to val Venina, val d'Ambria and the artificial Scais lake at an elevation of 1494 m.
Poggiridenti

Poggiridenti

Poggiridenti is the smallest town of the province of Sondrio, with an area of only 2,93 sq. km, and is nestled among the vineyards between Montagna in Valtellina and Tresivio.
Ponte in Valtellina

Ponte in Valtellina

Ponte in an ancient village: two engraved boulders were found in Castionetto (part of Chiuro) and two in Chiuro, proving the existence of human settlements in the Prehistoric era.
Postalesio

Postalesio

Deriva dal termine lombardo postales, bottegaio.
Spriana

Spriana

Spriana, insieme a Torre di S. Maria, Caspoggio, Lanzada e Chiesa in Valmalenco, è uno dei cinque comuni nei quali è divisa la Valmalenco
Torre di Santa Maria

Torre di Santa Maria

Torre di S. Maria è, insieme a Spriana, Caspoggio, Lanzada e Chiesa in Valmalenco, uno dei cinque comuni nei quali è divisa la Valmalenco, e precisamente il primo che si incontra, sul lato sinistro per chi risale la valle, cioè su quello occidentale
Tresivio

Tresivio

Tresivio è un piccolo comune montano, situato sul versante retico della Valtellina, alla destra orografica dell'Adda, e il suo centro è attraversato dalla Strada Panoramica dei Castelli.