Casa Grazioli is known to everyone as “Casa de la Béga” (perhaps from Bäcker, the German word for baker), the nickname given to Domenica Grazioli, the woman who lived here until 1991. This is the house-museum that symbolises the Val di Peio eco-museum. The rooms include two old kitchens with an oven where bread is still baked today. The larger room houses a collection of farming equipment. In the nineteenth century wood-panelled bedroom, heated by a traditional wood-burning stove, nothing has been changed.
In the summer season, only with guided tours
In other periods by reservation