Cison di Valmarino, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, is a small town in the Treviso foothills, which amazes everyone for its beauty and its historical, artistic and cultural richness.
Definitely not to be missed are the archpriestal church of S. Maria Assunta (with a double facade and with the work of Francesco Casagrande and Egidio Dall'Oglio) and the Castle of Castelbrando, which gives from its location a splendid view of the town and the hills of the Prosecco.
From the center of Cison di Valmarino it is possible to reach the Parco del Ruio, the Rifugio dei Loff above the Bosco delle Penne Mozze with the stems of Simon Benetton, the Rosada with the ancient wash houses, the Ciclamino Cave and numerous other naturalistic oases.
From here, it is also possible to travel through history, walking along the ancient Via Maestra or on the Vie dell'Acqua, or along the "100 day road" which, from the valley floor, leads, in a short time, to the San Boldo Pass ( over 700 m asl) overlooking Valbelluna.
Cison di Valamrino is the scene of numerous events organized all year round: from "Savoring Cison" and its tasty food and wine proposal, to "Live Craft", the rediscovery of ancient crafts and ever-present artisan skills; "Christmas stars", with the typical products related to the Christmas holidays, the centuries-old Frankish Fair of San Simone and Giuda in Tovena, among the oldest ever, the Exhibition of nativity scenes en plein air (about 70) to be admired in Mura through the narrow streets of this very well preserved village.
Not far away is the hamlet of Rolle (Borgo FAI), a place that the famous poet Andrea Zanzotto, a great lover of the place, rightly called "a postcard sent by the gods".