Castel Condino, in the heart of Valle del Chiese, is an ancient Alpine village perched between the valley floor and the Boniprati plateau.
Sitting on the eastern slope of Dos del Gal (1,324 m), it boasts historic roots that go far back: tombs and coins from the Roman era have been found here. Don’t miss a visit to the church of S. Giorgio, built over an earlier Roman church whose bell tower still exists.
It seems that a castle once stood on the Guait clearing, giving the town its name. It was positioned here to guard an ancient road that led to Val Camonica in Brescia.