The Piave, “sacred river of the homeland”
is the guiding element of this journey. From the Carnian Alps, at its source, it crosses the Belluno region, passing into Treviso, and finally reaches the Adriatic Sea a few kilometres from Venice. The flow of its waters will accompany you on an exciting journey in discovery of the UNESCO World Heritage treasures in this strip of land in Veneto
When it enters the Veneto region, Piave flows close to the largest of the nine dolomite systems awarded UNESCO World Heritage
status: the Northern Dolomites
. Here, you can find some of the most majestic alpine peaks, including the spectacular Antelao, “King of the Dolomites”, which, at 3,264 metres, is the second highest peak after Marmolada.