Barchessa Loredan is located in an area that deserves to be explored. You can immerse yourself in nature, forgetting the hectic pace of everyday life, walk in ancient villages and visit cities of art, all a few steps from the beautiful Venice.
Montello is a hill north of Treviso that crosses the municipalities from Montebelluna to Nervesa della Battaglia. Its northern part is touched by the river Piave. It is also known as Bosco Veneziano or Bosco della Serenissima, because it was from here that the Republic of Venice found the wood for its Arsenal.
The forest is crossed from north to south by roads, called prese, which go up along one side of the hill to descend on the opposite side, and are indicated by a number (from n. 1 located in Nervesa della Battaglia at n. 21 located in Montebelluna) and a name usually attributable to the fallen of the Great War. The Montello in fact was the scene of numerous battles during the First World War. We recommend hiking or biking.
DistanzaLa Barchessa is located right at the foot of Montello.
The Tradotta is a cycle-pedestrian path built on the old Montebelluna-Susegana railway line that was created at the beginning of the 20th century for military purposes. The track is 18.5 km long and crosses the municipalities of Montebelluna, Volpago, Giavera and Nervesa.
DistanzaIt is located less than 2 km (intersection with Lavaio street in Volpago del Montello).
The Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene are a small hilly area where the interaction between man and the environment has created a unique cultural landscape. As of 2019, the Prosecco Hills are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Distanza20 km approx.
Included in the list of the most beautiful villages in Italy, thanks to its enchanting panoramic position among the hills, Asolo has always attracted artists and writers from all over Europe.
From Giosuè Carducci and the English poet Robert Browning, to Eleonora Duse, the famous actress and lover of Gabriele D’Annunzio, who spent the last years of her life here and is now buried in the cemetery of Sant’Anna, in front of Monte Grappa. The landmark of Asolo is the Rocca which dominates the landscape and offers a spectacular view. During your stroll through the historic center, don’t miss Piazza Garibaldi with its 16th century fountain, the Castle, which today houses the Duse Theater, and the ancient Cathedral.
Distanza20 km approx.
It is the main peak (1775 m.) of the Grappa massif, which is located in the Venetian pre-Alps, between the Brenta valley, the Piave valley and the Feltrino area. On its summit stands one of the main military ossuaries of the Great War. The Grappa is not only a natural oasis but also an open-air gym. From paragliding to hang gliding, from climbing to two-wheeling, hiking in the green, snowshoeing and river rafting.
Distanza50 km approx.
Nicknamed the little Venice of the mainland, Treviso is a town not to be missed. Treviso, like Venice, is also crossed by numerous canals and bridges. History and water accompany the visitor in all the major attractions of the historic center: from Piazza dei Signori and Calmaggiore to Piazza Duomo, from the Walls to its many arcades, with an obligatory stop at the Isola della Pescheria where we find the fish market.
Distanza15 km approx.
Venice is unique and you have to live there to really know it. What to visit in Venice? All and nothing, that’s our suggestion! Take your time and get lost in the labyrinth of its streets and bridges, you will discover hidden and charming corners.
Distanza60 km circa.
EsplorareA piedi/in barca/in gondola (ancora meglio).