The Prosecco hills owe their nickname to the production of the DOCG wine Prosecco of Veneto, and correspond to an area that includes the villages of Conegliano, Susegana, San Vendemiano, Colle Umberto, Vittorio Veneto, Tarzo, Cison Valmarino, Follina, Miane, San Pietro di Feletto , Refrontolo, Pieve di Soligo, Farra di Soligo, Vidor and Valdobbiadene.
Along with the wine production, this area was among the first ones to promote the idea of a food and wine tourism and has many routes and paths designed to visit the area and the villages immersed in the vineyards.
Among the beautiful places to visit, Castle Conegliano is the most important building of this medieval village. It is located on a hill, dominates the town and has a spectacular overview of the whole area. It was built in the twelfth century, now it houses the Town Museum with the art gallery and many archaeological finds from the Roman period.
Another interesting site is the church of San Pietro, in San Pietro di Feletto. With the first unit built in the eighth century, the building was enlarged in the XI century and preserves beautiful medieval frescoes that were recently restored, among these, the Christ of Sunday is a unique and rare work, linked to the agricultural tradition of the area.
Between the hills and the vineyards, the little town of Col San Martino was born as a medieval stronghold and a castle on the hill. Around the year thousand there was built a temple dedicated to St. Martin. In this charming little church the couples who wish to have a child ask the intercession of the saint.