Relais La Dolce Vite is located in the heart of the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG hills, acknowledged as a UNESCO Heritage Site in 2019. Its privileged location, immersed in the tranquillity of the countryside while still close to the main highways, close to the Conegliano exit of the A27 motorway and to two efficient airports (Treviso and Venice), it is easy to each and a short and easy trip way from the most beautiful arts towns and ancient Veneto hamlets. This makes the position of Relais La Dolce Vite unique, halfway between three other Heritage Sites: the Dolomites, Venice, and Padua.
Prosecco Hills - Prosecco Road
Acknowledged in 2019 as a UNESCO Heritage Site, the Prosecco hills of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano DOCG range from Valdobbiadene to Vittorio Veneto all the way to Conegliano, including the vineyards of Relais La Dolce Vite. In this range of hills, the positive interaction between humans and nature has created a unique landscape designed by a succession of vineyards and olive trees. This landscape can be explored through an itinerary more than 90 kilometres long, known as the Prosecco Road, crossing a fascinating territory brimming with marvels and with historical and artistic attractions.
Conegliano, the town of Cima
Known as the birthplace of famous painter Giambattista Cima, whose splendid altarpiece can still be admired at the local Duomo, Conegliano sits at a privileged position, just up against the Bellunes Alps. The historic centre, mainly built along Via XX Settembre and Piazza Cima, is home to several Renaissance buildings decorated with sculpted stones and frescos. On the hill near Piazza Cima perches the Castle, reached after following beautiful tracks on foot, along the ancient Carrara walls. From here the view of the Prosecco hills is breathtaking.
Surrounded by three UNESCO Heritage Sites
From the Relais La Dolce Vite guests can easily get to one of the world’s most fascinating cities, Venice, for an exciting one-day trip. A city crystallised in time that offers its visitors a unique experience among its calli, its canals, and its centuries of history. To get to Venice by car, take the A27 motorway. Or take the train from the Conegliano station, just 4 km away from the Relais La Dolce Vite.
Majestic peaks rising from the Alps, the Dolomites are an example of exceptional natural beauty that fascinates artists and travellers from all over the world. At sunset visitors can admire the fascinating phenomenon called “enrosadira” or alpenglow, when the mountains acquire a reddish glow, creating a touching atmosphere. In less than an hour and a half by car from the Relais La Dolce Vite travellers can get to and visit the Queen of the Dolomites, the town of Cortina d’Ampezzo.