This small and enchanting hamlet in the municipality of Vodo di Cadore, which offers a unique and spectacular view of the Dolomites, is known for the cultivation of cabbage.
The quaint village dominates the Valboite and is one of the oldest in Cadore. The Church of St. John the Baptist, which is recognized as a national monument, houses many valuable works, including the high altarpiece attributed to Francesco Vecellio, brother of the famous Titian.
Curiosities and tips
- Cabbage is Vinigo’s finest produce. The end of summer is the best time to photograph the “Pias,” the giant vegetable garden.
- From here you have a front-row spot to look at the “Caregon (throne) of the Eternal Father,” Pelmo, in all its majesty