Cascina Beloardo, like many farmhouses in the area, is built on a hill. With its neogothic-style tower with battlements, it dominates the landscape, appearing like a castle. However, it is actually one of the many dovecote towers of Franciacorta.

Cremignane stands on a hill to the south-west of the municipality of Iseo. It probably owes its name to ‘Grémegn’ or ‘greben’, indicating a very damp place or barren land that in the Middle Ages must have been a hunting and fishing reserve. The main attraction of the place is the Church of S. Pietro Apostolo and S. Giovanni di Dio in Cremignane, one of the main places of worship where you can admire stuccoes and frescoes.

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