Veneto is morphologically the most diverse region of Italy: it has the mountains (the splendid Dolomites), the plain (the Padana Valley), the hills (where very fine wines are produced), the lake (the Garda, the largest of our Country), the sea (the Adriatic coast, among the most popular summer destinations) and even the lagoon (where the capital of Venice rises). And, also from the point of view of the villages, Veneto offers a wide range of types. They range from fortified villages such as Montagnana to those in the lagoon such as Chioggia, passing through the seaside villages including Caorle and the Alpine ones including Sottoguda, or lacustrine ones such as Lazise. In short, in Veneto there is really the embarrassment of the choice. And the choice will always be the best!
Arquà Petrarca is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Orange Flag Country and a renowned City of Oil. A medieval village among the best preserved in Northern Italy, in which the poet Franceco Petrarca spent his last years.
Asolo is located in Veneto, in the historical Marca Trevigiana.
Burano is one of the islands of Venice, known for its lace making and for its colorful houses. Home to great artists such as Baldassare Galuppi, Remigio Barbaro and Pino Donaggio, as well as inspirer of the Buranella Art
the village of Caorle in Veneto, unique on the Adriatic Sea, is capable of reconciling the bathing season and a valuable historical center.
Chioggia is located at the southern edge of the lagoon of Venice, in Veneto.
Cison di Valmarino
"Artigianato Vivo" is the festival that attracts thousands of visitors in Cison di Valmarino since 1980.
According to the tradition, the monks of the abbey of Santa Maria were the ones who brought in Follina the processing of wool
Fornesighe is located along the road to Passo Cibiana, in Dolomiti Bellunesi, in Veneto.
The village of Lazise is located in Veneto on the eastern shore of Lake Garda.
Marostica, a magnificent town in the Vicenza area, is known throughout the world for the game of living chess and for the production of Marostica cherries.
Montagnana, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, for its historical beauties and for the enhancement of its typical products ...
Pieve di Soligo
The territory of Pieve di Soligo and its villages is located in Veneto, framed in the north by the crown of the Belluno Prealps
Ponte di Piave
The village of Ponte di Piave offers to its visitors culture, hospitality and enogastronomic routes along the banks of the sacred river to the Nation and among the vineyards of Treviso countryside, to be discovered on a walk or by bicycle.
Soave, in the province of Verona, is famous throughout the world for its white wine with the same name.
Leaving the Val Pettorina, Sottoguda is the last village before Malga Ciapéla and Marmolada in Veneto.