The province of Cuneo is situated in the Piedmont region of Italy and is a lovely place to come for those interested in nature and history. There are many grand buildings and archaeological points of interest to check out while holidaying in Cuneo accommodation, for example the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Savoy residences. The Savoy residences are located all around the Piedmont region but a few can be seen in this province, like the Royal Castle of Racconigi, the Castles of Pollenzo and Govone, and the Residence of Valcasotto. The houses were used as royal residences and therefore they all have a grand design and even grander gardens which can be explored. For archaeology buffs, the ruins of Pollentia and its theatre and amphitheatre can be discovered near to Cuneo holiday rentals.
For those looking for an active holiday while at Cuneo accommodation, the province provides many opportunities for exploring, whatever the season. In the winter, the many mountains provide great winter resorts for you to try, such as skiing and snowboarding as well as ice skating and snow-shoeing. The Maritime Alps Natural Park is a nice place to head to in the summer in order to walk up to the lakes and admire the scenery, as well as visiting the Rio Martino Cave and its waterfall while you're there. For more of an exploration holiday and to use Cuneo holiday rentals as a base from which to travel, you won't be disappointed as the province borders with the province of Turin, a couple of provinces in Liguria and with the French region, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur.