“The main square in Farigliano is dominated by the church of saint John, built at the end of the nineteenth century.
On the road to Carrù, the sancturay of Mellea is said to have witnessed aparitions of the Virgin. In the convent the friars offer natural and herbal medicines.
The fair of the “puciu”, the sorb-apples, takes place during the saint Nicolao fair in December, while the last week in August is dedicated to the wine.”
“Farigliano was probably founded in the Roman era by a troop of Sarmatian soldiers, sent there to farm the then savage land.
The name comes from Forofulviem. Almost nothing is left of the ancient village; the castle itself has been destroyed in 1537 during the wall between Francis I and Charles V.”