“Behind every place lies stories, gastronomic traditions, artisanal flavors and time-honored practices, preserved by women and men whose identities and cultures have been constructed over centuries.”
Every journey is unique, and Wanderit knows it! For this reason, our itineraries are a starting point from which to customize your individual or group adventure, according to the activities, dates and budget of the traveler.
Full Moon Yoga Winter retreat
January 10 -12
Inspira Respira Ispira - Wanderit starts a new and intriguing project with Marta and Francesca, yoga teachers with the flying mat. In fact, their lessons are held in art galleries, parks, showrooms and from January together with Wanderit Uncovered through a Travel Calendar which sees the first stop in the snowy mountains of the Maira Valley on the weekend of the first full moon of the year. January 10-12 Marmora, Maira Valley
Weekend in Maira Valley
Remote location and yet to be explored wonders make it the perfect place to experience the true beauty of the Alps, with their traditions and endless paths.
Liguria is in north-western Italy, bordering with France. The region features impressive mountains and lovely rolling hills, colored by the green Mediterranean turf and overlooking the Ligurian Sea.
Chief among the attractions it lists are the Langhe, an area of rolling, vine-covered hills where humans have been cultivating wine for so long that they're protected by Unesco, the sumptuous royal residences built for the once-mighty House of Savoy, the string of ski villages that make up Piedmont's so-called mountain 'Milky Way', and the region's culinary specialities, from red wine to white truffles, hazelnut chocolate to top-notch beef.
Hiking the trails of Maira Valley
26th August – 31st August
Situated in south western Piedmont on the border to France, it is a hiker’s paradise: its remote location and yet to be explored wonders make it the perfect place to experience the true beauty of the Alps, with their traditions and endless paths.
“A day in the life”
Spend “A day in the life” with farmers, winemakers, cheesemakers, fisher folk, shepherds, butchers, bakers, who, along with the chefs that use their products, will share knowledge and tell stories of their local place, food production and recipes, they are your hosts and story tellers of the local traditions.
The aim is to bring travelers closer to the preservation of cultural and agricultural biodiversity and an understanding of local cultures, identities and gastronomies.
Hospitality will be provided directly by the producers, or by hoteliers and chefs who use these producers ingredients in their kitchens.