Castino is an Italian village located in Piedmont (Province of Cuneo), about 60 kilometres (37 mi) southeast of Turin and about 60 kilometres (37 mi) northeast of Cuneo.
It is on a ridge between two valleys named after the rivers Bormida and Belbo.
Today, Castino is one of the most famous villages in Langhe, with its beautiful panoramas and the romanic church of St.Margherita.
Each year, on the first Sunday of May, there is a beautiful feast dedicated to flowers.
The municipality of Castino includes two suburbs: Campetto and S.Bovo. After 1981, the suburb of Bosia became an independent village.