Not far from Oxygen, you will find the historical town of Saluzzo. It is a gorgeous old town full of history and Rennaissance charm. We recommend you visit the old city and the castle during your stay!
It's worth visiting the Civic Tower in Saluzzo for the beautiful views it affords of the surrounding countryside from the top of its 48m high tower. Built in 1462 it has been the symbol of the city for centuries as the spire is topped with Saluzzo's emblem; the vane and an eagle.
Less than an hour away by car is the 'Langhe' region made famous for its vineyards and the world-class red wines they produce. Don't miss the Barbaresco Hills and the town's belfrey & medieval tower.
The Albino Rocca Winery is nearby, which has been making wine in the region for over four generations. We recommend stopping to take a tour through their cellar and sample their vintages.
If you want to taste one of the region's most popular red wines, what better place to do it than in the city for which it was named! Barolo is a beautiful hillside town crowned by the 10th Century Barolo Castle, which is also home to a wine museum.
Saluzzo is a great place for local entertainment. There are frequent markets, street events and tours as well as plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants that create a vibrant nightlife.
If you're looking for a great seafood restaurant, then you can't go past La Scala. Located in a beautiful restored winery it serves the best traditional Italian seafood dishes the region has to offer!
This pub is located in Saluzzo old town and offers a good choice of locally brewed beers and a great food menu to match.
Not far from the studio is Palazzo Drago, a restaurant housed in an historical building in the nearby town of Verzuolo. It has a very traditional menu and is a great opportunity to sample the local produce and flavours.
This pub in Saluzzo offers one of the finest homebrewed beers, by the brewmaster Mr. Teo Musso. He is well known all over the region and Italy for his unique tasting beers - one not to miss!