On the slopes of the Scalambra
The village of Serrone is located on the slopes of Mount Scalambra and, from the finds that were discovered on the land, the town was certainly inhabited by the Ernici and later by the Romans. Because of the passage of trade, in the Middle Ages Serrone was under the control of the Papal State and had its ups and downs, with more prosperous periods of time as well as epidemics and famine. With the many vineyards and an excellent wine production, the area has its rightful place on the Cesanese route. In addition to the Museo dei Costumi (Costume Museum), thanks to its elevated location, it is an ideal place to practice hang gliding and paragliding. You should definitely try the Ciambella di Serrone (Doughnut from Serrone), but all of the local cuisine is a local source of pride.