There is a legend on this Podere which takes its name from the hill where it is.
Old men tell there was a little village with a church and a bell tower before the year one thousand. When the village was destroyed the bell fell down and, rolled downriver, farmers searched and dug for years sure to find it.
Nowadays, what remain of the old village are the two houses of Podere Zano, a stone path and a little chapel (“marginina”) where, according to tradition, we restored a little clay statue of the Madonna.
Not far away, an area under the trees where you can have a picnic or rest on the amaca. Very close, a little “Baby Garden” with some games for children, a ping-pong and a football table for the older ones.
Our disc golf course starts here in the Podere Zano.