The small and charming village of Trezzo Tinella is in the Alta Langa and is named after the small ravine that flows through it, creating a shallow valley. The village occupies a vast terrirtory that fluctuates in altitude, going from 300 to 700 metres above sea level. The centre of town, which is home to Town Hall and a church with a rectory, once was the site of a castle that has long been lost. Houses and farmhouses are scattered along the land and are uniquely named after the ancient Roman homes that once stood there.
Town Hall: Via Roma, 22
• The Parish Church of Sant'Antonio Abate
• The Monument to the Donna di Langa
• The Church of Battuti
• The Tinella Springs walking path