Km 6,3 / Elevation change - 31
Following the cycle path which goes through Milanere, you go along a cart-track with little traffic, skirting the slopes of mount Musinè until the entrance of Caselette: on the right, on a rocky spur, rises the complex of Camerletto Castle, dependence of the Abbey of Novalesa and built between the 11th and 12th centuries with the function of a fortified grange. On the slopes of Musinè there is the Sanctuary of Sant'Abaco which reveals an ancient local cult referring to the martyrdom and which was built in the 5th or 6th centuries following the evangelisation of the Susa Valley population, up to that point still linked with pagan rites. The presence of a Roman road network can be seen – as at Almese – by a rustic villa of the imperial period (1st-2nd century) situated in Pian between the Malpensata and Forchetto farmhouses. On the promontory where there is Caselette, there can also be seen Cays Castle, possibly 14th century, frequently extended between the 17th and 19th centuries.
Among the religious buildings, there is the baroque Parish Church of San Giorgio martire which contains 17th and 18th century paintings and beautifully executed 18th century wooden statues.
, 10040 Almese (TO)

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