The hamlet of Casignano is made up of a few mountain farms as well as a Capuchin hermitage.
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Casignano extends in a rather remote position and is even too small to be called a village. This is where the Capuchin monks had their “oasis of calm”, a little, picturesque monastery with church, the origins of which date back to the 17th century. However, because of its calm position, it is also an ideal place for tours in the Monte Corno Nature Park.
If you would like to go hiking, we recommend you the viewpoint in the surroundings, the Corno di Trodena mountain or the mountain pastures of Caprile, admiring the beauty of flora and fauna of this South Tyrolean nature park. Moreover, some farms at Casignano provide typical Tyrolean delicacies, absolutely worth tasting.