Labro is a small hilltop village in Sabina. Life in Labro fluctuates periodically, together with the alternation of the seasons; during the summer, the village is inhabited by visitors and tourists, in winter there are about twenty residents left. This seasonal polarisation is so drastic because almost all the spaces in Labro are intended for residence, whether permanent or temporary. Thus, the village does not offer any services that could support the life of both those who reside permanently, and those who stop during the summer season. Through a survey on the structure and functioning of the surrounding territory, it is evident that in these places, the presence of services in different villages builds a relationship of interdependence between a town and another. An activity in a given village does not only meet the needs of its inhabitants, but also supports the residents of neighbouring villages. Thus the articulation of the road network is morphologically decisive in the arrangement of these services and becomes a way of living and experiencing the territory itself.