Treviso Prealps: exploring shepherds’ huts just a short distance from the Prosecco Superiore Hills
Wholesome food and sports tourism come together on high
Look up and admire the Prealps, which protect the Prosecco Superiore Hills from East to West and help to keep the climate mild all year round. Relax in natural surroundings as you enjoy a delicious glass of wine and the products made in shepherds’ huts, gazing at scenery that stretches as far as Venice and its Lagoon.
The Prosecco Superiore Hills are the gateway to the Treviso Prealps
If you want to make your holiday really special, in just a short time you can get to one of the many shepherds’ huts in the Alpine foothills and stop off during a hike or a mountain bike ride to taste traditional local dishes.
Make sure you try cheeses such as Bastardo and Morlacco del Grappa (protected by the Slow Food Presidium scheme), PDO Montasio mountain cheese from Cesen and all of the local fare made by small family-run businesses. Try soppressa and all of the other types of sausage, learn to recognize all of the ancient kinds of seeds that are used to make bread and baked goods, and sample preserves, jams, honey and Monfumo Apple cider. It’s the only way to really get to know the Prosecco Superiore Hills!