THINGS TO DO IN THIS PICTURESQUE VILLAGE
You look around and the scenery is breathtaking: rows of vineyards draw frames along the slopes of the hills and the eyes follow them to the horizon. Behind, the mighty walls of San Salvatore Castle. It’s pleasant to sit and stay there to enjoy the silence and fill the eyes of so much beauty. Every time that we go to Susegana, the top of the hill that dominates the city is a must stop.
In addition to visit San Salvatore Castle, here you can go on an excursion immersed in the nature and when you’re hungry… No problem! You’ll be beating them off with a stick, between wine cellars, farms and typical restaurants.
If you need some ideas, here’s what we recommend to do and see in Susegana and surroundings.
NOT TO MISS
SAN SALVATORE CASTLE
When you reach the top of the hill, already from the huge entrance, from the mighty walls and the old tower which stands out the sky, the castle shows all of its magnificence… It was founded in the XIV century, but during the First World War, it was damaged by bombing. The Castle was built by Collalto, a powerful family of Lombard origin, who erected many castles in its feud, the territory of Treviso.
Useful tips: San Salvatore Castle is a private property and can be visited by reservation only with guided tour. For information you can call the number +39 0438.435020 from Monday to Friday 8 am to noon and from 2 pm to 6 pm.
THE VIEW OF THE PROSECCO HILLS
If initially our attention was captured by San Salvatore Castle, as soon as we noticed the view that you can enjoy giving the shoulders to the manor, we stopped to admire the green rows of vineyards that create a play of light on the meadows, the little church that stands on the left and the ancient farmhouses. With a glass of good prosecco, we would have reached the peace of the senses…
THINGS TO VISIT
CHIESA DELLA VISITAZIONE DELLA BEATA VERGINE
Located in the center of Susegana, this church built in the XIII century, preserves some frescoes and the blade “Madonna between Saints” of Giovanni de’ Sacchis, said the Pordenone (XVI Century).
I RESTI DEGLI ANTICHI PONTI ROMANI
Following the path along the left bank of the river Piave, you can visit the remains of a Roman bridge (situated in “Villa Jacur”) and the “Old Bridge” on Torrent Crevada.
To immerse yourself in the peasant life and to discover the ancient crafts and trades certainly a stop here is worth it. The museum is hosted in a farmhouse, typical of Venetian countryside, and preserves old objects and tools related to the rural world and craftsmanship.
Useful tips: the museum is located in Via Barrier 35, Susegana (TV) and is open from Tuesday to Friday from 9.00 to 12.30 on Sunday from 3 pm to 6 pm. On Saturdays it’s open only on booking for groups of minimum 10 persons. For more info +39 0438.738610 – email@example.com.
Find out what other villages close to Susegana are worth a visit reading our article “Discovering the most beautiful villages in Treviso surroundings”.