In the Dolomites in Belluno, Cibiana di Cadore, the Land of Murals, is a true open-air museum that preserves the memory of this quaint village of old houses, cobblestone streets and a simple, authentic welcome.
Costalta di Cadore
Discover “the land of wood” and spend your time there by following the suggestions of the locals. Let yourself be pampered by the kindness of people who open the doors of their homes to you in the “Albergo Diffuso Costauta”.
A quaint hamlet of Comelico Superiore where traditions and ties to the area are still strong. Don’t miss the masquerade, the carnival festival where typical masks parade through the streets every year.
Lorenzago di Cadore
Nestled in a green valley, Lorenzago di Cadore has been an intimate resort since the late 1800s; it was chosen as a place of spirituality and prayer by Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.
Vigo di Cadore
Art, history and nature are intertwined in the municipality of Vigo di Cadore. The 14th-century church of St. Ursula is a small treasure chest of art and was declared a national monument and nicknamed "The Scrovegni Chapel of Cadore."
ZOPPÈ DI CADORE
A beautiful natural setting, characterized by towering Monte Pelmo, surrounds this small village rich in treasures and tradition. This is where an ancient coal processing technique is still being used, and many hikes start from here. There are even "ice cream makers".
pieve di cadore
Pieve di Cadore is known for being the birthplace of Titian Vecellio, but also for its historical-artistic heritage, its natural beauty, and for the manufacture of eyeglasses.
A walk among barns, local-style houses, lime-processing buildings, and the old Mulino dei Padre mill still in operation to learn about the customs and traditions of this Ladin-speaking community.
Sottoguda, at the foot of Marmolada, is one of “Italy’s Most Beautiful Villages”. The beech forest, among the highest in Europe, tabiéi (wooden barns), and the art of wood carving and the handicraft of wrought iron are experiences not to be missed.
Birthplace of the smiling Pope, Albino Luciani, Canale d'Agordo lies at the mouth of the picturesque Val di Gares. Culture, tradition and authenticity preserved within a treasure trove of spectacular nature.
COLLE SANTA LUCIA
At Colle Santa Lucia, you will be captivated by the panoramic view overlooking Val Fiorentina with Pelmo and Civetta in the background, and the characteristic atmosphere of this Ladin village.
A maze of alleys and narrow streets meet and form a village made of wood and stone. It is a place where time seems to stand still and where ancient traditions such as Carnival with the "Gnaga" festival still survive.
Gosaldo is a quaint mountain village nestled between the Dolomites in Agordine and the Dolomite mountains of the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park. Characterized for centuries by mining, it later became known for chair makers or "conthe".
In Vallada Agordina, authenticity is encapsulated in the many examples of rural architecture, religious buildings, small treasure troves of works of art, and trails surrounded by nature. Watch out for leprechauns, though!
The centre of this village with the Touring Club's Orange Flag and called Italy's Most Beautiful Village, is a delightful urban gathering place surrounded by historic buildings. Mele a Mel (Apples at Mel) is held here every year, and the surrounding area is rich in itineraries among art, history and nature.
SAN GREGORIO NELLE ALPI
San Gregorio nelle Alpi is a municipality in Valbelluna valley that has plenty of attractions from both a naturalistic and cultural-historical point of view. The many trails there allow for spectacular hikes.
Sovramonte, famous for the Prussian apple, stands on a wonderful plateau on the road from Feltre to Fiera di Primiero. Its territory is characterized by great natural and historical richness where you can taste and discover wonders.
Tambre, on the Cansiglio plateau, a village among nature, memory and mystery. Small mountain village in the Alpago area whose history and culture are closely tied to the Cansiglio Forest and exploitation of its timber.