Discover the beauty of the places that surround us


World Heritage Site

In 2019, after a process that began in 2008, the site “The Hills of Prosecco of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene” was inscribed in the World Heritage List as a cultural landscape, where the work of the winemakers contributed to creating a unique scenario.

it is possible to book a tasting to savor the typical wines of the area or a romantic dinner in one of the many restaurants.

You can join Prosecco Cycling and have a grand tour gourmet , a gastronomic event in Prosecco hills.


The capital of the Veneto region

An incredible city, made up of a set of 118 islands joined by over 400 bridges and separated by canals that serve as roads, crossed by boats and gondolas. Venice is a fascinating city for the numerous art treasures it houses: churches, palaces, museums, bridges.

A visit to Venice is a must if you are visiting northern Italy.


One of the largest and oldest castles in Europe.

It dominates the Prosecco hills, recently declared a Unesco World Heritage Site, halfway between Venice and the Dolomites between Cison di Valmarino and Follina, elected among the most beautiful villages in Italy.

Careful restoration has brought back the original beauty of a place with 2000 years of history.

The castle now houses a 4-star hotel with elegant rooms and suites, a spa created from ancient Roman baths, several museum areas as well as restaurants and bars.


Famous for chess and cherries

Marostica is a town in the province of Vicenza, Veneto, northern Italy. It is mostly famous for its live chess event and for the local cherry variety.

Marostica is famous for the human chess game it carries out every 2 years (in the even-numbered years) with living chess pieces in the city public square.

Marostica is also famous for wine, grappa, and olive oil.


Deliciously romantic

Asolo (Italian pronunciation: Asolo is a town in the Veneto Region of northern Italy. It is known as “The Pearl of the province of Treviso”, and also as “The City of a Hundred Horizons” for its mountain settings.

It is a member of the I Borghi più belli d’Italia (“The most beautiful villages of Italy”) association.

With its naturally alternating ups and down, the Asolo Golf Club gives you a unique golfing experience on the backdrop of an extraordinary beautiful landscape.


Grappa as a mount and as a distillate

Bassano del Grappa or Bassan is a city in the Vicenza province, in the region of Veneto, in northern Italy. It bounds the communes of Cassola, Marostica, Solagna, Pove del Grappa, Romano d’Ezzelino, Campolongo sul Brenta, Conco, Rosà, Cartigliano and Nove. 

Some neighbourhoods of these communes have become in practice a part of the urban area of Bassano, so that the population of the whole conurbation totals around 70,000 people.

The 16th century painter Jacopo Bassano was born, worked, and died in Bassano, and took the town name as his own surname.


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