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Under the Austrian Empire, Pejo paese (so called to distinguish it from the tourist resort named Pejo Terme), boasted the fact of being the highest village of all the Habsburg dominion, located at a height of 1584 metres. A little jewel both because of its beautiful Alpine style buildings and of the artistic value of its church. On the San Rocco hillock, right by an evocative little church, there is a monument dedicated to the soldiers fallen during WW1. The Municipality of Pejo includes also the villages of Cogolo, Celledizzo, Cellentino and Comasine. In the past iron used to be extracted from the surrounding mountains and today the water of Pejo is healthy and in demand containing the typical ferroginous properties of the terrain.
Pejo is the starting point for tours on the Ortles-Cevedale Range. The artistic beauties of this village are: the wooden altars of Pejo, the frescoes in the old church of Cogolo, Palace Migazzi, the small churches of Cellentino and Comasine, the precious cases. It is a winter and summer tourist area situated in the Stelvio Nature Park which has an extraordinary patrimony of flora and fauna. Visitor centre in Cogolo.
The Terme di Pejo spa is situated at 1390 m a.s.l., inside the National Stelvio Park in Val di Sole. It is open both in winter and in summer for treatment of respiratory, circulatory, rheumatic and skin diseases, and also for beauty treatments. Here spring the fresh, pure and clear waters of: low mineral Fonte Alpina, medium mineral, chalybeate Antica Fonte, medium mineral, carbonic Nuova Fonte, used in the water drinking treatment for gastro-intestinal and kidney diseases. And more, a Health Centre with swimming pool and a Well Being Centre, open to everybody for some magic time together in the thermal waters.
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