Strigno nestles at the mountain slopes along the Chieppena mountain torrent and is surrounded by green hills.
The mild climate that prevails in the village has got a beneficial impact on fruit-growing. Stigno, however, can harken back on a long history, since 15 BC the Roman Road Via Claudia Augusta has been taking past this place, so to speak the ancient military road that connected the Adriatic sea with the Danubian river. Up to the last century Strigno supplied the Court of Vienna with its precious wines. After WWII the village was reconstructed and specialised in agriculture.
Worth to be visited are the Immacolata church with its Medieval steeple, the Loreto church with its statue of the Black Madonna as well as the Sant’Anna church. Worth to be noticed is also the century-old cedar in Villa Adelia, a tree that is still thriving. And if you would like to see the Valsugana valley from a bird’s eye perspective, we recommend you to make a hike on Monte Tauro and its bivouac.