The very rich historical and cultural heritage and extraordinary landscape, marked by the majestic Mount Grappa and the gentle hills of the Asolo, are combined with a lively production system that has become a reference point for manufacturing and the production of food and wine.
The land between the Monte Grappa foothills and Asolo is unique; a treasure chest of history and memories that is best ‘discovered’ at a leisurely pace, through different forms of slow tourism suitable for those who wish to enjoy the perfect combination of nature and culture.
The treasures to discover include the records of artists such as Andrea Palladio and Antonio Canova and the many castle sites in the local area. There are also the historical marks left by the Great War, which was fought dramatically on Monte Grappa, and now remain as an indelible lesson for peace.
The landscape alternates between small villages, villas, historic houses, parish churches and hermitages; however, from a cultural point of view is, it is a lively area of interest for food and wine and high quality craftsmanship.