Geological and geomorphological criteria complemented with geotechnical monitoring of ground displacements are routinely applied for geometric and kinematic characterization of landslides. However, these activities may be challenging in densely built-up historic centres. In order to tackle all constraints posed by the presence of complex urban fabric, this paper proposes a procedure for integrating the results of geological/geomorphological analyses with deep and surface ground displacement data acquired via geotechnical monitoring and spaceborne Differential Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (DInSAR) data. The selected test site is a village in southern Italian Apennines characterized by complex geological/geomorphological settings, widespread distribution of landslides and a peculiar urban fabric. The results of the integration procedure show that it is possible to overcome specific limits and provide a better understanding and definition of the geometry and kinematics of slow-moving landslides to be used for slope stability analyses and landslide risk management in historic centres.