Lozzolo is a small but delightful little town of Gattinara lying at the foot of the Piedmont hills. Has its deep historical past (its ancient name is Loceno) that is woven into the socio-political life of the capital and it is certainly no evidence vivid and interesting, like the majestic castle overlooking the town and that qualification in itself the past the township and community lozzolese.
rural settlements and farmers who are at different points of angles between the ancient houses and narrow streets, strong suggestion
Its core village is typical of the villages of the "low", with obvious rural settlements and farmers who are at different points in angles between the houses and the narrow streets of strong suggestion. Do not overlook the beautiful parish church of the seventeenth century dedicated to St. George, the patron saint of lozzolesi.
The district is divided between hills and woods where it is recommended to walk, bike or walk the trails still run in the middle of nature, along the many vineyards.
The visit will include some of the Lozzolo Mazzucco, a small easy hill on which stands a small chapel built by the Alpine dedicated to the Madonna del Grappa and from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view overlooking the provincial territories of Vercelli and Novara and the distant but enjoyable Alps dominated by Valsesian side of Monte Rosa.