Discover all of the secrets behind Italy’s finest sparkling wine!
Are you familiar with the many marvels of DOCG Prosecco Superiore? Visit our wineries and enjoy unique experiences: we’ll introduce you to the secrets of the internationally successful sparkling sensation!
Prosecco Superiore is the crowning glory of the Veneto hills! In the local wineries, you can taste the very best wines. They are divided into three main types: dry, extra dry and brut. Get to know their many nuances and learn about their distinguishing features, the production methods for Prosecco and much more besides. Find out how to recognize Prosecco Superiore, which is made from grapes that are grown on steep slopes and strictly harvested by hand. You’ll learn to pick out its flavours and find perfect pairings to complement it, so you can amaze your friends.
Prosecco | Taste Cheese & Wine tasting: the essence of the Prosecco Hills
As well as great wine, lots of other delicious products are made in the Prosecco Superiore Hills. Looking for the perfect pairing? How about a glass of wine and a selection of internationally renowned cheeses?
Art | Fascinating facts The unique cultural marvels of Canova by Candlelight!
It’s said that Canova loved to spend time in his studio with nothing but the soft light of candles dotted here and there to illuminate the surroundings. Now you can enjoy the same experience!
Sport | Nature Fun mountain bike tours for the whole family
Mountain biking is the perfect way to really get to know the natural environment in the Prosecco Superiore Hills: get the whole family involved and spend your holiday in the great outdoors!
Sport | Nature Mountain biking in Cansiglio Forest
The Cansiglio Plateau is a unique little world all of its own that’s just waiting to be explored. The best way to visit this unmissable place is to get on your mountain bike and follow the trails!
Nature | Fascinating facts The Belluno Dolomites by Vespa
Explore the Belluno Dolomites National Park near the Prosecco Superiore Hills and venture as far as the towering Vajont Dam! It’s even more spellbinding if you travel by Vespa!
Sport | Nature Off-road mountain biking on Monte Grappa
Check out the best dirt tracks for mountain bikes among the trenches and artillery emplacements scattered across Monte Grappa. Combine exploration of First World War sites with thrills on two wheels!
Nature | Art Hiking where heroes stood on the front line
Piave, Montello and Monte Grappa are the places where the First World War had the biggest impact, due to their locations. They’re now perfect places to take a hike through history!
Wine, Food, Nature and Culture: individually tailored transfers and tours, for an unbeatable time in the Prosecco Hills
Places to discover
Conegliano, Cima’s views
Exquisite Conegliano is known as the “Pearl of Veneto”.
Asolo, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy
Watchful eyes can pick out a host of different landscapes in heavenly Asolo, also known as “the Town with a Hundred Horizons”.
Gourmet experiences in restaurants in Valdobbiadene and the surrounding area
Dishes filled with the delights of the Prosecco Superiore Hills in gourmet restaurants
Agritourism establishments and Osterias in the Prosecco Hills
Great food in the Prosecco Superiore Hills: endless exceptional taste sensations
Wine Routes in the Prosecco Superiore Hills
There are not one but two Wine Routes in the Prosecco Hills!
The DOCG Cartizze Hills: a spellbinding vineyard landscape
Many different types of Prosecco Superiore: the taste of excellence
DOCG Prosecco’s superior sparkling delights
Why is DOCG Prosecco labelled “Superiore”?
Bassano and the secrets of Grappa
Bassano del Grappa: the realm of Grappa and much more besides!
International Academy of the Art of Cheese Making
If you love fresh, mature and blue cheese, you’re in the right place!
Walking route among the vineyards to the Credazzo Towers
Walking route among the vineyards in the Prosecco Hills
The Prosecco Circular Route: astounding art
Vineyards form a fabulous backdrop for art in Valdobbiadene!
The Asolo Hills: walking and running routes
The fortified Asolo Hills are great for walking, cycling and running
Villa Barbaro: a masterpiece by Palladio
An Architecture Road runs near the Prosecco Superiore Hills
Jonathan Collection Flying Museum
Learn all about aviation history in the Jonathan Collection Flying Museum.
The women of Asolo
One of the most beautiful villages in Italy and the holder of an Italian Touring Club Orange Flag
Flying ace Francesco Baracca
One of the top Italian pilots in the First World War
The art of Cima da Conegliano
As well as wine, Conegliano is renowned for its art
The Abbey of Sant’Eustachio
The Abbey stands on Montello by the Piave River and shows how history can create beauty
The Abbey of Follina
Follina is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy and its history is encapsulated by two sites, including a Cistercian Abbey
It’s one of the most enchanting places in the Prosecco Superiore Hills
San Salvatore Castle
On the road from Treviso, you can’t miss its tower and walls
Cison di Valmarino and the castle
Everything is possible in Cison di Valmarino, which is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy
Andrea Zanzotto and the postcard from the gods
The landscape plays a central role in his work
The Prosecco Hills are a UNESCO World Heritage Site
People and the environment have created a unique cultural landscape that deserves to be looked after... and explored!
Just a short trip from the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Venice and the Dolomites. Asolo, Conegliano, Possagno, Valdobbiadene and Vittorio Veneto are just some of the towns dotted across the Prosecco Superiore Hills that you can explore during your holiday.
La magia degli artigiani in uno dei borghi più belli. Ogni agosto Cison di Valmarino si trasforma nel regno dell'artigianato, tra talento, originalità e lavori esclusivamente fatti a mano dai migliori artisti di tutta Italia. Entra in un mondo magico!
Fai un tuffo nel Rinascimento, tra dame, cavalieri e saltimbanchi grazie alla Dama Castellana: una due giorni nel cuore della Perla del Veneto per riscoprire la storia della città e dei suoi quartieri