Ancient landscape and eco-sustainability

Ancient landscape and eco-sustainability

Twelve-hundred hectares of pastures, vineyards, cultivated fields and woods in the heart of the Prosecco hills: the landscape of the Veneto of two centuries ago.

The Borgoluce Agricultural Estate is a rare and special place. For over a thousand years, the Collalto family has lived on and cultivated this land with love and a great respect for its natural resources.

Their profound understanding of agronomics and constant attentiveness to advanced techniques generates truly outstanding products, from Prosecco to beef, dairy products to cured meats (including the famed Sopressa Trevigiana), honey to baked goods, and of course the choicest fruits and vegetables.

Here, agriculture is a fully integrated cycle (biomass, biogas – nothing is wasted), and the key word is “sustainability.”

There are two perfectly-restored historic farmhouses on the property with bright, comfortable rooms. Not far from them is a panoramic swimming pool filled with pure water, in equilibrium with the surrounding nature.

On another hilltop stands the excellent Osteria Borgoluce, a simple and elegant restaurant offering a garden with a view in summer and a large fireplace in winter.

Opening times and prices

ITINERARY FOR INDEPENDENT TRAVELERS WITH CAR

Year-round, by reservation required

 

Weekend (3 days, 2 nights) for 2 people at Borgoluce

Cost per person: from € 170.00

Included

  • 2 nights in the historic farmhouse, in a double or twin room with private bath
  • breakfast
  • dinner at the estate’s Osteria ( the Osteria is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)

 

Things to do during your stay

  • Visit the hometown of Giovan Battista Cima, known as Cima da Conegliano, and admire his beautiful altarpiece in the Duomo. It’s worth walking up to the Castello along the old city walls and enjoying the landscape of the Dolomite foothills.
  • Cross the Piave, drive along the ridge of the prehistoric hill of Montello, to Crocetta with its surprising Museum of Natural History, and Cornuda with its extraordinary little Museum of Design and Typographical Printing.
  • Explore the lovely Prosecco Hills towards the west, seeing Follina and its Cistercian Abbey, and then the Valdobbiadene, passing through villages the offer a wealth of history as well as renowned osterias.
  • Stroll through historic Vittorio Veneto, Serravalle and Ceneda, then visit the Museum of the Great War.
  • Tour some of the loveliest Veneto Villas, including the Palladian Barbaro and Emo, or Villa Tiepolo Passi and the Castle of Roncade near Treviso, or Badoere and Ca' Marcello.
  • Head up to the high plain of Cansiglio and, depending on the season, admire the blossoms, or have a guided walk through the forest to hear the bell of deer, or play golf at an 18-hole course atop the plain, or go cross-country skiing.

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Not included

  • Transportation
  • Anything else not indicated above

 

 

 

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