Those who would like to spend holidays in the heart of nature are in the proper place in Campolasta-Villa.
Only a few km from Sarentino, there are the two component localities of Campolasta and Villa, located at 1,000 m asl. Surrounded by the mountains of the Monte Villandro, the Cima Rodella and the Sam mountain, the village is embedded into a fabulous natural landscape. Hiking, mountain biking, ski touring or snow shoeing makes visitors’ hearts leap for joy. Those, however, who prefer more pleasant activities can experience the landscape on the horseback.
The S. Nicolò parish church in Campolasta was mentioned for the first time in 1367. In 1495 a late Gothic refurbishment followed, while the wooden vestibule was added to the building in the 19th century only. In the interior, there are two remarkable statues of Mary: a pietà at the right side altar and an Assunta with folded hands.
Also the S. Erasmo church in Villa is a worthwhile sight, despite of the fact that it boasts no real attractions. However, in the interior, there are several beautiful paintings decorating the ceiling. The entrance portal is decorated by a God’s eye that is worshipped by angels, symbolising Trinity.