From the gentle rolling foothills to the Dolomite peaks, the Dolomiti Prealpi territory is the southern entrance of the Dolomites World Heritage Site. The National Park of the Belluno Dolomites, the Prealps and the Grappa Massif overlook the central Valbelluna, as natural balconies over the historic city of Venice. Geographical features and mild climate allow outdoor activities all year round and the numerous important events are reminiscent of the values of a land that once was inhabited by knights, religious, skilled craftsmen and artists. The rich cultural heritage arouses the interest of visitors, from the wonderful towns of Mel and Feltre, to the castles, to the museums, rural villages and prestigious religious buildings. If you are interested in active holidays and you are looking for strong emotions, the Dolomiti Prealpi territory offers many opportunities to pump up adrenaline: you just need a pair of skis and reach the top of Mount Avena where slopes for alpine-skiing, cross-country, telemark are waiting for you. Or you can put on your ice skates and head to the Ice Rink of Feltre, or away from the slopes wear snowshoes and immerse yourself into the silence of the woods, just listening to your footsteps on the white blanket of snow. It is a pleasure to go to lunch in a mountain hut or refuge sun-kissed … Summer period is perfect for hikers, Nordic walking, mountain bike rides, equestrian tourism or road cycling. There are numerous cliffs and boulders for climbers, climbing walls to defy gravity, ravines suitable for canyoning, launch areas for free flight or torrents and lakes for fishing. All this makes the Dolomiti Prealpi territory a reference point in all seasons for athletes from all around the world. Thanks to the millennial union between mankind and nature and to the skilled hands that work land products, Dolomiti Prealpi is also a place of unique flavors that arise from the contact between the Venetian culinary tradition and the Ladin-Dolomite one. Many products are protected by special associations which recognize their typicality. Among these there are the PGI Lamon Bean, Giàlet Bean, “Noce Feltrina” (walnut of Feltre), Pom Prussian Apple, “Morone feltrino” (chestnut of Feltre), “Zucca Santa Bellunese” (so-called holy pumpkin), PDO Honey of the Belluno Dolomites, “Mais Sponcio” (a special type of corn) and the PDO Piave Cheese.

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