Our Treviso Holidays makes you visit a province of the Veneto Region which is still called with its Medieval name of “Marca”.
An area deeply marked by the waters of the Piave, Sile and Livenza rivers with their evocative landscapes that intertwine with the rolling hills and green countryside dotted with elegant mansions.
A land whose capital – Treviso – is declaimed by the poets as a “courtly city”, is a land where you can breathe an atmosphere of calm and serenity, the same that, in the eighteenth century, induced the Venetian aristocracy to choose the Trevigiano as ideal holiday resort.
Of great naturalistic impact is the Regional Natural Park of Sile, which extends along the entire length of the river along which wind different landscapes: wetlands and marshes close to the source, tortuous and violent stretches near the capital and lagoon landscapes in the near the mouth.
This environment and ecosystem diversity becomes the ideal habitat for a varied and rich birdlife and for beautiful small natural oases like that of Cervara.
A mystical charm that we find also in the ancient villages with many interesting testimonies of the past history.
The north-western area is marked by numerous hills that slowly turn into green hills cultivated with vines and olive trees.
Among these, the top of Montello, a mountain of glacial origin entirely covered with oak trees, an evocative landscape of the Veneto, guardian of many recent and past memories.
The highland of the Council, also known as the “forest of the Serenissima”, is also rich in thick woods because it is the main source of wood necessary for the construction of ships.
The northern Marca, where the Piave marks the border with the Belluno area, is the land of wine, with the long rows of vines that cover a large part of the territory and the important wine production centers of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.
Large expanses of woodland, watercourses and vineyards make up the landscape of the eastern area where there are traces of the history that has marked these places.
Your Treviso Holidays makes you enjoy an oasis of peace where you can stroll in tranquility admiring the sober elegance that dresses every corner of the “courtly city”.
In the historical Treviso center, inside the mighty city wall, there is the magnificent Duomo, showing a complex stratification of architectural styles.
Outside the city, you can visit many famous villas, dating back to the Venice Republic era. For instance, Villa Albrizzi Franchetti, a noble Venetian-style residence, with a beautiful park.
Or, Villa Taverna with a beautiful Italian garden; Villa Trevisanato immersed in a small woodland; and Villa Furlanis born from an original project by Palladio.
Treviso and its province offers you a wide range of cultural itineraries dating back to the Great War, to Renaissance, the Middle Age, and even to the Ancient Rome. It is no coincidence that the ancient town of Asolo is called “the city of a hundred horizons”.
Going down south-west, you will find the town of Riese Pio X, with the birthplace of Saint Pius X.
Near the town of Vedelago, you can visit one of the most beautiful villa by Andrea Palladio: Villa Emo among the 24 UNESCO Palladian villas.
The northern Marca is famous for the production of wine, along the Wine Roads. In the land of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, you can taste the famous Prosecco, exactly in the land of production.
Outside Treviso, an unspoiled nature among mountains, hills, plains and rivers allow you to be involved into different activities.
The peaks of Grappa and Montello are an excellent starting point for hang glider or paraglider lovers.
For the less adventurous, numerous trekking routes allow you to discovery the marvelous mountains of the Treviso province.
Nordic walking, hiking, horse riding and mountain biking are other ways to experience the mountains, while having fun and keeping yourself fit.
The Treviso province is a cycling paradise with paths based upon the mileage and levels of difficulty.
During your Treviso Holidays, don’t miss the many festivals that are celebrated in every corner of the territory: they tell the good flavors of this land.
First of all the famous radicchio which, with its slightly bitter taste, characterizes many pasta dishes and pleasantly accompanies the main courses of meat.
The most common is the red radicchio of Treviso; The Radicchio Variegato di Castelfranco is also very delicious, light in color and with a characteristic flower shape.
The white asparagus of Sile and the tasty mushrooms of Montello are excellent and widely used in the Treviso cuisine.
Rich cheese production that includes excellent products such as Montasio, Moesin, Il Bastardo del Grappa, Inbriago and Morlacco: different flavors able to satisfy every palate.
Also excellent are the sausages obtained from the skilful processing of local meats: the Lengual, a particular cotechino made with the salted pork tongue, the suppressed to be eaten raw or cooked on the grill and the ossocollo to be served sliced as an appetizer.
To gently close a slice of Pinza, a cake full of aromas of ancient peasant tradition, or of Fregolotta made with almonds, butter and eggs or, if you prefer the desserts, the rich Tiramisu.
Intense flavors to be exalted with a good glass of Manzoni, Boschera, Torchiato, Malbech or Prosecco di Conegliano Valdobbiadene.
A glass of grappa or bitter liqueur, natural or flavored, is the best way to conclude this round of unique and genuine flavors.
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