From March to November
Entire Day
How long
Outdoor, Wine & Food
Minimum 4 people

Pastel vineyard and whimsical “langhetti”

With our “Pastel Vineyard” Bike Tour, discover a unique and fun itinerary among some of Langhe’s most original attractions!

Come with us to the VIGNA DEI PASTELLI


We like alternative routes, and above all, we are happy to propose simple days in the middle of nature to discover the Langhe in a SLOW way!

We think that the E-bike is a fantastic means to ride in the hills: the climbs would be too “tough” with the standard bike (muscular, as the experts call it), but the E-bike allows you to do a bit of fatigue, but not too much…and then do you want to put the descents after the exhaustion of the climb? Priceless!!!

Our Tours are designed without a guide to enjoy the day in freedom: you will have a personalized track to follow on your phone so you don’t get lost! Super easy!



SlowDays offers all tours and packages on demand, without a set date, and exclusively for your “group” (starting even from 4 people!). If you like our proposal, ask us for availability for the date that suits you best and the number of participants. We will confirm within a few hours!

E-bike rental, map to follow on a cell phone, and lunch-aperitif in the legendary Crayon Vineyard



The Langhe Pastelli Vineyard, the Coazzolo Little Church, Neive, and the Camo Open-Air Museum…what else???

ROUTE DESCRIPTION: Departure from Santo Stefano Belbo – 35 km approx. On paved secondary roads – 610 meters total elevation gain – Classification: medium


  • One-day Ebike rental starting at 10 a.m.
  • Personalized route map to follow on your phone like a navigator
  • Aperitif lunch at the Pastelli vineyard (the one with the giant colored pencils!) consists of 2 white and two red wines, cooked and raw salami, lard, Bra sausage, frittatas, Russian salad, and three kinds of cheese. The rustic wooden table will be set right in the vineyard, and if it is very sunny, a tarp spread between the rows will shelter you.

Then, on to the colorful little church of Coazzolo; you can’t miss the giant Coazzolo bench, and above all, you’ll get to Neive, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. On the way back, one more treat: the open-air museum of Camo, with magnificent works exhibited outdoors by contemporary artists (warning: don’t miss from the belvedere one of the most beautiful views of the Langhe!).

  • Return of bikes by 6 p.m.

A cheerful company at the Pastel Vineyard



The vineyard of pastels

Why put giant pencils to mark out the rows? But to be noticed, right? At first, the vineyard owner’s idea was to restrict his vineyard from his neighbor’s to indicate to those working for him where they should stop…from there be,coming to a tourist attraction is a short step!

We are located near the little church in Coazzolo. A not-long path takes you to the Vigna dei Pastelli. It is a private vineyard, which you can savor by taking a short walk. You’ll come across a row of crayons, colors with lots of sharp points, giant and colorful. They pop out of the ground at the beginning of each row. They are cute, cheerful, and ingenious!
Let your gaze drift over the horizon, and among the valleys and hills, you’ll also be introduced to Monviso, the mountain of the “langhetti,” who see it a little from every height.

Beautiful view of the PASTEL Vineyard

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A walk in Neive, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy

This is a place not to be missed if you come to the Langhe! Neive has been listed among the Most Beautiful Villages in Italy for a few years now, and of course, there is more than one reason to visit it

Neive, what to see?

In Neive, it is nice to be amazed, to walk in the alleys, to discover the wine shops; the views of the Langhe are incomparable.

There are several wineries in the village, some that can be visited even without a reservation if it is not high season (such as the Cantina del Glicine, that is very interesting and dates back to 1582)

There are several restaurants of all levels…look for the one with ivy all over the facade…we’re sure you can’t miss photographing it!

Camo’s open-air museum

We told you that this tour had as its theme whimsical “langhetti”…. Claudio Lorenzoni is one of them: since 2013 he has been hosting the works of young artists who leave their jobs in this beautiful museum that can be visited free of charge every day of the year by anyone looking for inspiration.

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Wedding Anniversary in Alba Claudia went out of her way to organize the ebike tour for my husband and I even though she was "closed" for logistics matters. It was a fantastic and breath taking experience cycling through the... read more
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5 star ratingSuperb visit to La Langhe! We spent 8 days between Torino and La Langhe in a tour organized by Claudia... we were two, world-travelled couples intent on learning about and tasting Barolos, Barbarescos, Barberas, Dolcettos and sparkling wines who also... read more
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5 star ratingA perfect day in wine country! I contacted Claudia only a few days before arrival and was so happy that she still had availability for me! Everything worked so smoothly, from the bike pickup to the tasting and the great stops... read more
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