A small village on top of the hills...
The rural hamlet of Odina was established in around 1000 AD, with few houses inhabited by peasants and farmers working for the Cocollo Castle. With its alternated historical and human sequences of events, Odina continued to be an alive village until the Second World War.
The hamlet was abandoned and its grounds remained uncultivated until the end of the 20th Century when Odina saw the light again thanks to a recovery action based on the respect for the environment and attention to simplicity. The bio-architecture principles used during the renovation created a comfortable setting in tune with nature but at the same time refined and elegant.
Don’t be surprised when you arrive at Odina as the directions for the reception will lead you to an ancient chapel: your holiday is sacred for us.