A distinctive part of the Prosecco Hills that’s still forming and grows a few centimetres every year.
Montello was once a source of timber for the Republic of Venice and it later became a First World War battleground.
Now it’s home to walking routes in caves, paths with panoramic views and mountain bike trails for amateurs and professionals, making it the perfect place to enjoy strolls and other forms of exercise as you discover the history and nature of the Prosecco Hills.
If you’re a cycling enthusiast, follow the 33 km Montello Circular Cycling Route, which is largely flat and extremely picturesque. If you prefer getting around on foot, there are marked routes that you can follow. Every one of them has its own distinctive features and they’re all linked to each other. You can walk along them by yourself or hire a guide to take you into the underground caves and the deepest karstic cavities that can be found all over the surface.
Whatever you choose to do, you’ll discover unique wonders in the Prosecco Hills, such as views stretching as far as the eye can see across the Piave valley, the mystic atmosphere in the Abbey of Sant’Eustachio, an underground cave that was used in the First World War or an outstanding winery on the Wine Route.