Along the Pedemontana of Grappa road, and in its proximities, you can
find, among the others:
• Romano d'Ezzelino, whose name derives from the cruel Ezzelino
• Possagno, Canova’s native country and custodian of his memory;
• Asolo, romantic medieval village, Unesco patrimony;
• Maser and the pomp of the Palladian Villa Barbaro.
In these beautiful lands is placed Crespano of Grappa, a place rich of
nature, culture and sport for your free time
CRESPANO OF GRAPPA
first it was famous in the ‘700s as centre for the wool art, then
as place for holidays, thanks to its beautiful panoramic exposure and
the climatic salubriousness.
You cannot loose:
• The S. Marco Cathedral built by Giorgio Massari (1735-66), with
frescos of Giovanni De Min and Jacopo Guarana
• the walk which leads to the Madonna of Covolo Sanctuary (m. 600
above the sea level), built on a project of Canova.
Parking the car at Crespano of Grappa
or at Possagno,
you can easily reach
Venice in the same day