GOFRI – Gofri are waffles made of a thin and crispy dough containing only three ingredients: water, flour and yeast. They are circular in shape, patterned with typical honeycomb design imprinted across the surface and have a neutral flavor that goes perfectly with any type of filling, sweet or savory.
Fenestrelle is a quiet and picturesque village of the valley Alta Val Chisone, located at 1150 meters above sea level and therefore suitable for any age group; it offers a pleasant climate and all the essential services; a beautiful and valuable resort in all seasons of the year.
Fenestrelle is a small village at 1150 meters above sea level nestled among the mountains of Alta Val Chisone, in the province of Turin, 22 km far from Sestriere.
The name comes from “Fines Terrae Cotti” and it means “the end of the lands of the Celtic king Cozio”, a sovereign ally of the Ancient Rome and who lived in the first century B.C. ..
The town therefore has a long history. It was born as a settlement of ancient independent tribes and in Roman times it was an important military garrison and a well-known trade center outside of Gaul. In the Middle Ages it was the seat of feudal lords who ruled the territories of the upper valley, until the conquest of the Kingdom of France.
From 7.30 p.m. approximately, in the Old Town of Fenestrelle, stands and long tables are positioned for offering the opportunity to taste the traditional local dishes, such as polenta and sausage, mountain cheese, gofri, calhiette, glara, salà potatoes cooked salami and homemade desserts. The evening is enlivened by the traditional Occitan music, dancing and singing.