The objective of the “Treviso – Sportshire” Themed Holidays scheme is to offer a structured range of options to people who wish to take part in sport of various standards during their stays here. It brings together a number of sports tourism specialists offering specific services to people who want to discover the beautiful March of Treviso through participation in sporting activities.
The “Treviso – Sportshire” initiative offers themed holidays to anyone who wants to find out about the numerous connotations of the word “sport” in the local area. Guests staying in certain accommodation establishments that have decided to specialize in sport will have access to targeted services and precise, accurate information that will enable them to experience the Province of Treviso’s vast selection of sporting offerings.
Cycling enthusiasts will be able to put themselves to the test on roads which have always been an ideal training ground for professionals, such as those on Montello. Alternatively, they may opt to take a more leisurely approach and follow a slow cycle tourism route to gradually discover the zone. There are also a number of mountain bike trails running through the picturesque vineyards of the Prosecco hills and elsewhere.
Hikers and Nordic walkers can cross the province from west to east, going from Mount Grappa to Cansiglio along the Treviso Alpine Foothills and following the spectacular Alta Via TV1 path.
Taking a gentle trip down the rivers in a raft or kayak is a delightful experience that will leave you with unforgettable memories, while lovers of free flying can enjoy breathtaking views by launching themselves off the Grappa, Cansiglio and Le Pianezze heights.
Every week end there's the opportunity to plan a weekend taking part in the multitude of trips organized by qualified guides, finding out about the history of the sports manufacturing districts – which are now internationally renowned – by visiting the production sites, or battling against the other participants and themselves in the big sports events that take place each year.
Photo: Marc De Tollenaere