The Popera Group

In this chapter we discuss one of the most incredible and evocative areas of the Sesto Dolomites, a World Heritage Site, the Popera Group. The Popera Group is a small mountain group of the Alps which is located after the Croda dei Toni Group, on the border between the province of Belluno and that of … Read more

Moriago della Battaglia

In this chapter we discuss one of the most marked areas in Italy, where many soldiers lost their lives during the Great War, Moriago della Battaglia. The small town of Moriago della Battaglia, located north of the river Piave and Montello, is home to a monumental and natural area of ​​112 hectares called Island of … Read more

The Mount Grappa

The Mount Grappa is 1775 meters high overlooking a vast plain that reaches the Adriatic, which on clear days shines in the distance. The Mount Grappa, 1775 meters, is the main peak of the homonymous mountain group and is located in the Venetian Pre-Alps between the Brenta canal, the Piave valley and the Feltre territory. … Read more

The Pasubio

In this chapter we’re taking about the spectacular mountain range that passes through the Pasubio from the Little Dolomites to the Folgaria plateau. The Pasubio is a limestone massif between the borders of Vicenza and Trento that connects the Little Dolomites with the Folgaria Plateau and is remembered above all for the bitter fighting that … Read more

Foza

In this chapter we discuss the pretty and particular municipality of Foza, nestled between the mountains of the plateau of the seven municipalities.

Marcesina

In this chapter we discuss one of the most beautiful, wildest and most fascinating areas of the whole plateau of the seven municipalities, the plain of Marcesina. « But will there still be lovers who on a winter’s night, would let themselves be pulled on a sleigh by a generous horse across the plain of … Read more

Lusiana

In this chapter we deal with one of the countries that are part of the Seven Municipalities Plateau, a lively and welcoming place: Lusiana.

The Mount Grappa

The Mount Grappa is 1775 meters high overlooking a vast plain that reaches the Adriatic, which on clear days shines in the distance. The Mount Grappa, 1775 meters, is the main peak of the homonymous mountain group and is located in the Venetian Pre-Alps between the Brenta canal, the Piave valley and the Feltre territory. … Read more