Asolo and surroundings

The location where the Agriturism Borgo d'Asolo is situated is ideal for pleasant moments of tranquility and trips to discover the characteristic places of the Veneto.

Visit, just a few steps away from us, the wonderful town of Asolo, one of the villages most beautiful and characteristic of Italy, not only, by bike or by car you can reach some of the most nice location in our region:

Asolo - 3 Km
Historical memories and natural landscapes, medieval architecture and Palladian villas blend into unique reality landscape surrounding Asolo. Nestling gently in the contours of the surrounding hills, Asolo is crowned with the smooth shapes of a Mediterranean scene of olive groves, vineyards and cypress trees. The hills rise on the plane between Asolo and Cornuda to the north and protected by the foothills and a little bit more west from the Grappa massif.
Covered by wild forests full of chestnut trees, stretches from one side to Monfumo, area entirely covered with vineyards, on the other side, to the west, to the area of Fonte, San Zeno, Paderno, Crespano. The sun-kissed peaks of the hills are covered with meadows where, among shrubs of rose hips and juniper, heather alternates colored anemones. The shaded valleys are crossed by streams of spring water, among violets, anemones, cyclamen, squirrels, deer, blackbirds, finches. In this landscape is rich in flora and fauna, affect the changes of color and species that accompany the passing of the seasons. Monte Grappa and Asolo hills certainly offer the possibility 'of walking or horseback and routes of biological and geological, as well as beautiful cycling routes.


Castelfranco - 10 Km
It is located on the western part of the territory of Treviso, is a construction of a crenellated walls of brick that Trevigiani built in 1199 to protect the city against Padovani and still surround most of the old town or castle. Castelfranco is the birthplace of Giorgione and the cathedral we can see the famous painting of the Madonna and Child with St. Francis and S.Liberale known as the Madonna of Castelfranco.


Bassano - 15 Km
The First World War as seen Bassano war zone, paralyzing every activity until 1916. The defeat of Caporetto (1917) saw the town in the first line, forcing the evacuation of more than 7000 people. The birth in 1924 of the Enamel Metallurgica Veneta was the event more important for economic recovery: in a few years became the most important company of the city .
Nowadays, industry, crafts and trade have contributed to the expansion of the city, counting at the end of 2000, more than 40,000 inhabitants.


Monte Grappa - 20 Km
Emphasized by the valleys of the Brenta and the Piave who work with him, Grappa stands with its 1775 meters in the mountain area north of Bassano. Inextricably linked to the war of the First World War, the massive, although it was deeply scarred by the effects of the conflict, now offers an environment rich in vegetation and interesting possibilities for hiking.


Treviso - 35 Km
Medieval city, surrounded by walls from the 16th century, Treviso is an elegant city that lies at the confluence of two rivers, the Sile and the Botteniga. Long porticoes and frescoed houses damage to many roads distinct appearance different from other cities of the region. The main street of the center and the Calmaggiore, where modern trade has reached a sort of compromise with the past. The place more 'view and' of the 13th century, the Palazzo dei Trecento, next to the Piazza dei Signori.


Venezia - 60 Km
Venice is a city with thousand-year history, with a historical center unique in the world. Over the years the development of the industrial area of Marghera, the vast agricultural area of the coast, the more important commercial harbor of Adriatic, the airport, the third in Italy for airport passengers, had a profound effect on the delicate relationship between land-water city . In Venice tourism and commerce, industry, crafts, fishing, agriculture, services, advanced services, often have to deal with the relationship between past and present, in constant search of sustainable development.
The preservation of the extraordinary and fragile lagoon ecosystem must relate to the needs of economic development of the territory, on the basis of parameters which, given the uniqueness' of the environmental situation in which it operates, must be carefully defined.


Jesolo - 60 Km
The territory extends along the Venetian coast, on a plain overlooking the Adriatic Sea and edged by the Jesolo lagoon (22 sq km), the Sile and Piave rivers, and at the mouth of this dall'antistante Laguna del Mort, and from the Adriatic. The valley of Dragojesolo is, along with that of Grassabò, the most extended in the north lagoon. The coastal strip is low and sandy. The vast majority of the urban areas of the city , are on a sort of "island", surrounded by the rivers Piave (east), Sile (west) and the flume Cavetta. The area most high, the one known as "Mountain Hare" that rises about 10 m above the sea level: it is part of the city limited from the sea to the south and away from Martin Luther King to the north.