Five easy walk in the Prosecco area with worth-see views

1. COLLALTO AND SAN SALVATORE’S CASTLE – SUSEGANA
 

A route between history and legend that, starting from Collalto Castle, will take us through pastures and woods to the Castle of San Salvatore.

It’s not uncommon to spot a few little donkeys on the route!

At some point you will find yourself walking surrounded by vineyards: magic!

2. GROTTE DEL CAGLIERON – FREGONA
 

Stunning path of approximately 1km (30 minutes) that will let you discover this hidden beauty!

The complex is formed by a series of artificial and natural cavities; the natural part is a deep gorge carved by Caglieron creek on layers of calcareous conglomerate, sandstones and marls dating back to the Middle Miocene period (16-10 millions years ago)!

Wear confortable shoes and bring a hoodie with you, waterfalls are not missing 🙂 

3. SANT’AUGUSTA SANCTUARY – VITTORIO VENETO

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The walk starts with a beautiful monumental staircase embedded in the rock.

It goes up quite quickly but you will find yourself surrounded by vegetation, perfect to choose during the summer as you are always under the shadow. 

After the walk, you can refresh yourself down in Flaminio Square, choosing between a good ice-cream, fresh pastries or the typical italian aperitif!

4. REVINE LAKES – REVINE

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You will actually be walking around 2 lakes: Lago di Santa Maria and Lago di Lago. A walk of approximately 7km (flat path, suitable for everyone) that will reward you with breathtaking views from all sides of the lakes, as well as a quick passage through Borgo Fratta with its amazing murales.

Last but not least: there’s an amazing Film Festival taking place here every year at the end of September.  

5. EREMO DI SAN GALLO –  FARRA DI SOLIGO

 

Wonderful Belvedere on the Prosecco Valley, on clear days its said that it’s possible to see the reflects of the sun on the Venice Laguna: unbelievable!

On top of the hill you will find not only the little church built on the ancient castle’s ruins, but also the Monument of the Aviator, representing an airplane wing surmounted by the Madonna di Loreto, ancient protector of all the aviators. 

Bring snacks, sit here, and just enjoy the view 🙂 

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