Frabosa Soprana: Piedmont Passion, in Summer or Winter

At the heart of the Maritime Alps, in the province of Cuneo, Frabosa Soprana has been on the cutting edge of alpine tourism since the 1940s, when it built one of Italy’s earliest chair lifts, to transport skiers onto the slopes of Mount Moro. Today, the quaint Piedmont town is one of three resorts in the Mondolè Ski area, which includes 130 kilometres of slopes, a panoramic cross-country track, state-of-the-art lift facilities, and everything else a winter sports enthusiast could wish for. Furthermore, the town is firmly committed to its summer offering, with a soft spot for cyclists and families with children.