Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Veneto
Parks, wetlands and forestsMore than 40 protected natural areas from the Ampezzo Dolomites to the Po Delta
The lagoon and the thermal bathsBiodiversity and natural oases
Astronomical tourism in AsiagoThe Dark Sky Park on the Plateau where you can admire the stars
Travel by boat or by bike, on horseback, by gondola, with snowshoes or skis, sailing or kitesurfing or on foot. These are just a few of the types of sustainable transport that are available to anyone who wants to experience Veneto’s great variety of ecosystems.
From the Serenissima to art cities such as Padua and Verona, from the beautiful Euganean Baths to the tranquillity of the varied lagoon landscape, up to the majestic Three peaks of Lavaredo.
But also, the unique landscape of the Pre-Alps with deep blue skies and unspoilt nature.
Veneto is a region which stands out for the many ways it does tourism, all characterised by the love for a land which offers excellent products and flavours: Prosecco, red radish of Treviso, Vialone rice from the Po area, the white asparagus – all world famous.
Ospitalità Natura establishments in Veneto
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All places with Nature Hospitality in Veneto
A town where the blue of the sky and the sea blends with the innumerable shades of green to offer spectacular views and wetlands with rich biodiversity.
Jesolo is a real oasis of tranquillity nestled between the lively Lido in the summer and the quiet countryside atmosphere along the River Sile. Many beaches with Blue Flag and Green Flag status, a safe and clean sea, as many as seven city parks and 500 km of cycle paths through the wild lagoon and pine forests. An absolute must-see is Dragojesolo Valley, one of the most isolated and picturesque valleys in the wetlands and the Mort lagoon, a suggestive natural habitat with marine and lagoon birds.Close
A large area with numerous villages, which goes from the shores of Lake Alleghe to the Marmolada at more than 3000 metres of altitude.
Rocca Pietore has always been the crossroads of different cultures with Germanic, Ladin and Venetian influence. Among the many places of worship, the most notable are the small church of St Anthony of Padua in the Serrai gorge and the chapel dedicated to the Madonna of the Dolomites. You can also go on enchanting walks in the pedestrian area of the Serrai canyon. It features rock walls and, in the winter becomes a popular destination among ice climbing enthusiasts. The main attraction is the majestic Marmolada massif where you can admire the largest glacier in the Dolomites. This area is extremely popular all year round among sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts who come here to practise trekking, skiing and many other sports.Close