Cimego with its 400 inhabitants is located in the Valle del Chiese valley at 557 m asl.
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Cimego in the Valle del Chiese valley is traversed by the Salùm river which divides the village into two parts. A little paradise in the green countryside! Also in historical terms Cimego has been separated into two parts for a long time, they are called Villa and Quartinago. Quartinago has preserved its medieval village scape, in the centre the Saint Anthony Church from the 16th century can be visited as well as the Saint Martin Parish Church, which was built in 1635.
Worth a visit are the Rio Caino ethnographic nature trail and the Casa Marascalchi Museum, a Museum of Popular Art which documents the traditions, customs and culture of the local population. The Rio Caino Nature Trail is one of the most impressive spots in the Valle del Chiese valley. Along a few kilometres diverse smithies, furnaces and mills can be admired, furthermore trenches from the time of the World Wars and the kitchen garden of the Witch Brigida, a botanical jewel.
Cimego is a charming little holiday resort which offers fantastic hikes on the Boniprati Plateau in summer and gorgeous pistes and cross-country ski-tracks in the immediate vicinity in winter.