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25 Secret European Villages to Explore Before Everyone Else Does
Giornico, Switzerland : lost-in-time feel of the place; drive north 35 miles from the popular lake resort towns of Ascona and Locarno and find the turnoff for Giornico, a stone relic of 14th-century Europe hiding off the main road. Descend into the valley and arrive at a trickling little river crossed by two arching stone bridges. The family-run restaurants of the region are called grotte. The best, Grotto dei due Ponti, serves dishes like spezzatino (meat ragoût) with
CampZero Active Luxury Resort in Champoluc
Though it’s less famous than some other Alpine ski resorts, Monterosa, in the Val D’Aosta, is spectacular — and Champoluc, its largest village, is directly connected to the lift system for easy access. It’s here that you’ll find CampZero Active Luxury Resort, a hotel whose mission is to place as few obstacles as possible between you and the adventure you’ve come to the Alps to experience.