How to get here

By car

From the Po Valley

Take the Torino-Savona (A6) and Asti-Cuneo (A33) motorways. Exit at Sant'Albano Stura and from there follow the provincial road (SP 3), through Castelletto Stura and Montanera to Borgo San Giuseppe, just outside Cuneo. Take the Via Bovesana ring road (SP 21) to Borgo San Dalmazzo. This little town is located at the entrance to the three valleys of the five Park Municipalities: Vernante (Valle Vermenagna), Valdieri, Roaschia and Entracque (Valle Gesso), Aisone (Valle Stura).

From the Italian and French Riviera

Coming from the Riviera di Ponente and the French Riviera the most direct route to the park is from Ventimiglia up the Roya Valley and across the border between France and Italy via the Colle di Tenda tunnel. Coming down the Vermenagna Valley you pass Vernante and arrive at Borgo San Dalmazzo, a small town where you turn for the Gesso and Stura valleys.

By train

From the Po Valley and from the Riviera and the French Riviera

The area is served by the international Turin-Cuneo-Ventimiglia-Nice dating Vermenagna the valley and passes through Vernante (some trains take bicycles). If you want to reach the other valleys in the Park by public transport you must stop in Borgo San Dalmazzo or Cuneo and use the bus services.

By bus

To Cuneo with Flixbus

Low cost collective transport services (bus) connect Cuneo with the main cities of northern Italy and some foreign countries.

From Cuneo and Borgo San Dalmazzo

There are local buses to Valdieri and Entracque run by Nuova Benese.
The service to Sant'Anna and Terme in Valle Gesso is run by Nuova Benese but only in July and August.
Roaschia (Valle Gesso) and Valle Stura are served by Grandabus.

By taxi

By plane

The international airports for Alpi Marittime are Turin-Caselle and Nice (France).
Some low cost companies also fly to Levaldigi Cuneo International Airport.