La Morra is the tallest town in the Barolo hills and also boasts the most extensive cultivation of the prized Nebbiolo grapes which make Barolo wine. The town’s origins are 13th-century and the Medieval stone ramparts and cobblestone streets curve around 16th and 18th century homes. La Morra is also famed for its lookout over the plain of Alba and the rolling hills of the Langhe. In 2014, La Morra was named in the UNESCO World Heritage Site: The Vineyard Landscapes of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato.
Town Hall: Piazza Municipio, 1
• The Baroque bell towers
• The Belvedere lookout
• The Parish Church of San Martino
• The ancient Falletti Palace which is now the Cantina Comunale