The Pro Loco Tourist Association of Torre Pellice is a no-profit organization, purpose to organize demonstrations and events, with the aim of promoting both the area and tourism.
Torre Pellice is a small town located in the province of Turin in the foothills of Mount Vandalino. The name was taken by the tower of Torre's hill called "il Forte".
In Torre Pellice you can spend pleasant moments with the natural attractions, historical, cultural, artistic, culinary and sports.
In the country is an important cultural center Waldensian, which houses the Waldensian Museum, where there is a collection of works by the painter Paolo Paschetto, author of the shield of the Italian Republic. In the same building is a library, wich have more than one hundred thousand volumes.
In Torre Pellice there is a strong interest in art, due to many local artist and the presence of public and private galleries, Civic Contemporary Art Gallery Philip Scroppo, wich is opened all year long; the Tucci Russo Contemporary Art Studio is of extremely high level, and is promoter of exhibitions at international level.
Is an ideal base to organize excursions given the numerous sites in the middle of nature .
It has a long tradition of skating and a historic hockey team.
Friday morning hosts the market, on the second Saturday of each month holding the market for organic and natural products that that go on all day.