The Staging Area

Parking area with 8 pitches equipped with electricity, loading/unloading, Picnic area and barbecue on self-locked bottom, near sports facilities. Maximum stay 48 hours.

Always open.


via San Vincenzo Ferreri,4 – 14017 Valfenera (Asti)


44° 53′ 51.1152″ N 7° 57′ 26.9568″ E


Tel: +39 0141939125

All Services

Accesso a pagamento

Paid admission

Apertura annuale

Annual Opening

Allacciamento elettrico

Electrical Connection

Carico Acqua

Water Load

Scarico acque reflue

Waste Water Discharge

Scarico wc chimico

Empty-Cassette Service

Fondo pavimentato

Paved Bottom

Accesso con sbarra

Controlled Input


Fenced Area


Illuminated Area

Area Picnic

Picnic Area

Area Barbeque

Barbeque Area

Wi Fi


More Info

Valfenera is also known as the “town of seven towers” because of the complex defense system of the ancient castle, consisting precisely of seven towers. The historic center of Valfenera is rich in artistic evidence dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries.

Notable value is attributed to the sacred buildings, among which the Parish Church of Saints Bartholomew and John the Baptist certainly stands out in Rome Square; next door, however, we find the Confraternity of the Holy Spirit, now deconsecrated and devoid of furnishings, which has recently been restored.

A short distance away is the Ciuchè Mocc Bell Tower in Villa Square, an emblem of Valfenera’s ancient history and municipal identity.

There is also a shrine named after St. Andrew and numerous smaller churches in the territory of Valfenera.

For nature lovers, we point out La Rocca, a park with an equipped and educational area.

Among the symbols of Valfenera is certainly the golden humped tench of the Pianalto: it is served fried and in carpione, and it is possible to savor it in the first weekend of June, during the festival dedicated to it.

Instead, during the St. Ursula Fair, scheduled in October, it is possible to taste Bollito Misto, a typical local beef dish.

The St. Bartholomew’s Fair, on the other hand, is dedicated to garlic and “pitu,” the turkey.

Finally, typical recipes include peppers with bagna caoda and hazelnut cake, often accompanied by zabaglione.


Shrine of Our Lady of the Fountain

Shrine of the Pylons

Chestnut Trail Granda

Thorn Lake

Cisterna d'Asti Castle

Useful Links

Municipality of Valfenera

Pro Loco

Tour Guide

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