Enchanting panoramas, fresh, pure air, uncontaminated nature and solitary trails contribute to making your stay in Cadore regenerating. Easy walks, high altitude excursions and mountain bike tours, ski mountaineering and snowshoeing, but also history and culture, are just some of the activities to experience this part of the Veneto region.
In Pieve di Cadore you breathe art. Simply visit the birthplace of Tiziano Vecellio, the famous renaissance painter that has left many traces of art throughout the Belluno area. And for those who do not know it, there is the nice Eyeglass museum in Pieve that tells the history, technique and art of this precious instrument and the development of the Cadore optics industry.
But Cadore is also a land of open-air museums. Go to Cibiana, The "Painted Village", and you will be charmed by the stone houses decorated with large murals that narrate the history of the inhabitants of the crafts and local traditions.
At the foot of the majestic Antelao and of the Marmarole, mountains included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, you will find Calalzo di Cadore. In the summer months you can take advantage of the calm waters of the Lake of Centro Cadore for sunbathing or renting SUP and canoes. But above all mount your bicycle (or hire one locally) to experience the beauty of the Long Road of the Dolomites, the cycle path that connects Cadore with Cortina d'Ampezzo.