Tourist itineraries in Tarzo and surroundings
Places to visit in Veneto out of the usual routes
Where nature, art, history, and culture meet, there is Tarzo. This section of the province of Treviso is a very pleasant holiday destination, thanks to a cool climate in summer and particularly mild in winter. The traveller who chooses these areas can discover small villages, Venetian villas, cultural and natural attractions and, above all, explore a territory full of less known yet equally beautiful tourist destinations.
Because Veneto is not only Venice, Treviso, or Cortina - which are just a few kilometres away from Tarzo anyway - but also villages and small towns such as Conegliano, Cison di Valmarino, Follina, and Serravalle (Vittorio Veneto).
Tarzo, being in the heart of the Prosecco hills, is now a stop on the itineraries of the “Road of Prosecco and wines of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene hills", one of the symbolic places of wine tourism that brings thousands of tourists and enthusiasts to the province.
What to visit in Tarzo
Tarzo is a proper tourist destination, a town that offers many interesting attractions that are worth experiencing and visiting throughout the year, during a stay or a weekend in the area.
Things to see in Tarzo
It includes the Vallata (Valley), the Revine lakes overlooked by Tarzo and the surrounding Pre-Alps of Treviso. The Parco dei Laghi offers a charming landscape. Beautiful nature, areas equipped for relaxation and fun for all the family, as well as the opportunity to do a wide range of sports activities and discover new attractive views every day.
The remains of ancient castles and churches of special historic and artistic interest, Renaissance villas and their frescoes.
Art and history in the boroughs and streets of Tarzo.
About a thousand square metres of botanical garden curated by Armando Dal Col, dedicated not only to enthusiasts but also to all those who love nature and want to admire living masterpieces of nature.
Outdoor educational areas and laboratories dedicated to archaeological reconstruction, with three types of settlement: Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age.
From Venice to the Dolomites, and from Verona to Treviso
Ancient Abbey: a 12th century monastery.
A medieval village and one of the most charming castles in Europe.
Mulinetto della Croda (water mill).
The hills of Prosecco.
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Grotte del Caglieron (Caglieron Caves).
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The medieval town of Serravalle, the Museo del Cenedese e della Battaglia (Cenedese and battle museum).
The Duomo (cathedral) and the Cima da Conegliano castle.
Castello di San Salvatore.
Nature trails in the forest for the whole family
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The "pearl" of the Dolomites.
Gypsoteca del Canova (Canova’s Gypsotecque).
Piazza Grande and the Museo Archeologico EnoBellis (EnoBellis archaeological museum).
Piazza dei Signori, the historic centre and the banks of the River Sile.
St. Mark's Square and the Basilica, the Ducal Palace, alleys and the Rialto Bridge.
Monte Civetta, the Marmolada range and the Tre Cime di Lavaredo (three peaks of Lavaredo) range. UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Via XX settembre, 61 – Conegliano (TV)
Piazza del Popolo, 18 - Vittorio Veneto (TV)