An itinerary from Venice to Treviso is the best way to learn about the two towns and the beautiful land between them. Along with the architectural wonders in fact, Veneto also offers a wonderful natural landscape. The area included in the National Park of the Sile River is excellent for long hiking and biking, in fact many routes are offered.
The main feature of the area are the springs. This phenomenon gives rise to lakes and swamps, fontanassi and consequently lush vegetation. The woods of poplars, oaks and willows, are also home to many animal species such as hawks, herons and buzzards.
Along the way is possible to stop to visit the small towns and many rural churches, the most important one is the Church of Sant’Angelo sul Sile that dates back to the ninth century and is in Romanesque style, it houses a Byzantine style Cross of the fifteenth century and many paintings of the Venetian school; and the Church of San Martino Urbano rebuilt in the 60s, but still with the original bell tower built in the XI century in Romanesque style, inside the church there are well preserved frescoes and many valuable paintings.
Another interesting feature of this Venice-Treviso path are the venetian villas built by Venetian nobles who liked to take refuge in the quiet countryside. Built between 500 and 700, the villas were used as a holiday resort, hosted parties and shows and hunting lodge. Among the most beautiful villas there are Villa Barbaro Gulls of Lughignano, Villa Dalla Riva, Villa Mantovani Orsetti and Villa Barbaro Valier.
Near to Venice and Treviso, Charminly offers you the possibility to stay in a beautiful Charming B&B and in other destinations the possibility to stay in Charming Hotels, Charming Agritourism and Relais.