From Conegliano to Vittorio Veneto
We have chosen to skip the visit of cities (Conegliano and Vittorio Veneto, which are worth visiting anyway) for reasons of time.
San Pietro di Feletto, on Prosecco road
The panorama that has opened has led us to have a stop and take some pictures. We have been up into the “Pieve di San Pietro”, located on a panoramic hill. From here you can enjoy a great view of the hills, completely covered by the Prosecco vineyards.
The church has frescoes from different periods both outside and inside. Isolated rises the Romanesque bell tower.
Molinetto della Croda, in the heart of Prosecco lands
It is a characteristic example of rural architecture of the seventeenth century, whose foundations is on the bare rock (“croda” of the mountain).
The water mill has been restored and is still functioning. During Christmas season there is a nice exhibition of cribs from all over the world.
To enjoy the place, in addition to visiting the mill, it is advisable to go to the back from where you can see the mill area from above.
Towards the lakes Revine and Santa Croce
Arrived at the pass take a stop to look at some old photos at the bar / restaurant and some information on the construction of the galleries.
Let’s go back on our steps, and drive to the lakes of Revine where remains of prehistoric stilt houses have been found, with the archaeological park of Livelet.
Information on the Prosecco road
The route of Prosecco is reported in numerous websites. One of the most complete is the website coneglianovaldobbiadene.it
To reach Conegliano from the agriturismo, take the A4 motorway and then the A27 towards Belluno. The exit is Conegliano. From there follow the signs for San Pietro di Feletto. From here to Refrontolo and then Molinetto della Croda.
To get back on the itinerary follow the signs for Soligo and then for Valdobbiadene. Finally follow for Cison di Valmarino and in the end, Revine.