Room apartment with 4 beds (double sofa bed + bunk bed) with bathroom and independent heating shower and ski box of relevance, confortable, a few meters from restaurants, grocery stores and 1,800 meters from the node to the ski lifts of Cesana Torinese. Ideal for families of two / four people. Baby bed available on request.
Fully equipped kitchen with everything you need for cooking.
Historical notes on the area of ??Cesana: The Republic of Escartons was officially born in 1343 with the name of Grande Charte, whose capital was Briancon, and was located around the Mount Viso, in the territory between Marseille and Turin.
It was canceled in the early eighteenth century with the Treaty of Utrecht after four centuries of flourishing life.
On 29 May 1343, in Beauvoir-en-Royans, the Dauphin Humbert II of Albon, along with 18 representatives of the Alpine valleys, signs the Bill of Rights. Thus was born the Republic of the Escartons that involved five different valleys: Briançon, Oulx, Casteldelfino, Chisone and Queyras.
The territory, although not very large, had more than forty thousand inhabitants.
Every year the leaders of the various countries that included the republic met in council to elect a console it rode the community.
The 'Alpine Paradox': The paradox Alpine anthropologists call the phenomenon according to which the level of education and cultural openness of a community increases in proportion to the share.
The stereotype of the Alpine community as a reality closed waterproof and is easily demolibile in the face of reality such as the Escartons.
Special case within Europe at the time, in Escartons literacy was such that 9 out of 10 people could read and write and do math.
Despite then at least in the collective imagination the mountain is considered home to dull and yokels shepherds, in the republic of Great Charte the profession was widely accepted that the teacher's home, based on three levels: the base, where they learned to read and write , the middle where they learned mathematics, and the tall one where they learned philosophy, art, languages, etc..
At the heart of the Olympic Mountains in Turin in 2006, in a quaint and quiet mountain village, a few steps from the most famous ski resorts in the northwest, Bousson (village of Cesana Torinese) is the ideal place for a skiing holiday or a relaxing summer holiday .
Golf: Golf courses in the summer and Sestriere Claviere / Montgenevre.
Direct access to the entire area of the Milky Way (plants 1. 800 meters) to over 400 km of slopes.
Cesana / San Sicario, Sestriere, Sauze D'Oulx, Claviere and Montgenevre.