Km 6,3 / Elevation change + 15
After the last stop in the Valle d'Aosta at Pont Saint Martin, the border into Piemonte is crossed at Carema, characterised by its vine-groves clinging to the manmade terraces on the slopes of the mountain. This was a real work of art, like the aristocratic and rare Carema wine, only produced here. Positioned at the entrance to the Valle d'Aosta, already back in Roman times it was an important military and commercial transit point to and from the lands of Gaul. The urban layout has retained a rather medieval look, with various buildings standing out such as the Torre degli Ugoni and the Grand Maison (10th-13th centuries). In Carema there are the impressive remains the Castle of Castruzzone (12th century) which dominates the valley floor.
, 10010 Carema (TO)

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