Paroldo is a charming stone village in the high pastures of the Upper Langa. The first stones of the town date back to the Romans and for many centuries the town remained very isolated from the outside world. Getting to and from Paroldo was laborious, so the town’s inhabitants grew to be very self-sufficient. This ‘distance’ can still be felt today, although you can reach the town by car, as the town has a magical, ancestral charm. Surrounded by woods, pastures and dominated by peasant traditions and customs, it is like stepping back in time.
Town Hall : Via Coste, 2
• The Ethnographic Museum of Sheep and Cheese
• The Church of S. Martino
• The S. Sebastiano Brotherhood
• Field chapels
• The Hamlet of Cavallini