Tourist packages for the Sordevolo Passion

Get caught up in The Passion by taking a fascinating trip through the culture and tradition of the Biella area.

Guided tours behind the scenes at the Amphitheatre, the Passion Museum and Sordevolo village have been organised for the 2022 edition.


Piedmont and the Passion of Christ in Sordevolo

5-day group tour to discover Piedmont

Join us on this trip to the Italian region of Piedmont to experience its culture and traditions and to watch the impressive Passion Play in Sordevolo.

You’ll visit Asti, a real gem with a century-long history featuring an old town, rich in magnificent churches, noble palaces, medieval towers and fortified houses. The next day is dedicated to Turin, the first capital of Italy, characterized by its imposing Royal Palace of the Savoy family, Piazza Castello and Piazza San Felice. You will also visit the town of Biella with its medieval part Piazzo and 16th-century cathedral. You will then head to the nearby Lake Viverone, a pretty blue jewel amidst the green woodland and fields of Piedmont. Finally, you will visit Sordevolo, where you can taste various regional specialities before enjoying the highlight of the tour, the performance of the Passion Play. Don’t miss this trip, because the biggest play in Italy is held every 5 years only!


The territory on stage

The OverAlp guides will accompany you to discover Sordevolo and the Biella area, between nature, taste and culture. One-day excursions and a weekend of Passion in which short walks will take you in search of the old Sordevolo wash houses, to Colle di San Grato, from which you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Biellese area and the Burcina “Felice Piacenza” Park, a magnificent historic garden of 57 hectares, located on the homonymous Brik Burcina, a gentle hill close to the Biellese Alps. We will taste local products at the Paolo Nicolo Farmhouse and the MeBo Museum of Beer and Cheese. At the end of the excursion, while waiting for the show, the opportunity to visit the John Paul II Amphitheater behind the scenes and the Museum of the Passion.


The Biella area is a small jewel still little known but with great points of interest.

Its location, a short distance between Turin, Milan and the Aosta Valley, makes it a perfect mix, between relaxation, nature walks, historical visits and typical cuisine, this combination has given Biella the title of Alpine City of 2021.

In our valleys, there are 2 Sanctuaries, one of which has become a World Heritage Site since 2003.

We can let ourselves be fascinated by medieval villages, and historic houses that today have found new life.

To what has been said so far, the whole naturalistic part is added, through Parks, Refuges and mountain itineraries.

The Biellese awaits you!

The Sanctuary of Graglia

The great beauty of the Sanctuary of Graglia

The marvelous structure offers its visitors the opportunity to satisfy every need for the Body and for the Spirit: immersed in the greenery of the “Elvo Valley”, here both pilgrims and tourists can stay in the welcoming rooms proposed with different solutions of habitability. “La Passione di Sordevolo”, a spiritual retreat, “Il Cammino di Oropa”, walks and paths by E-Bike, unique places to visit with expert guides, typical dishes: every occasion will be special! Discover all the services offered on to make your stay… simply unforgettable!

The sanctuary of Oropa

The Sanctuary of Oropa is the ideal place for a regenerating stay, to restore body and spirit surrounded by nature. A year after the celebration of the fifth centennial coronation of the Black Madonna, the Sanctuary offers an experience immersed in spirituality, culture and local traditions.

On the occasion of Sordevolo Passion Play, Oropa recommends guided tours to the crowned Madonna, with the Mantle of Mercy, made with 15,000 pieces of fabric; tours to the Upper Basilica and the Sacred Mount, UNESCO heritage site.  An experience accompanied by typical local dishes, such as the traditional polenta concia of Oropa.

Overnight stay in a double room with half board: € 57,50 per person (drinks not included)