Seren del Grappa
Seren del Grappa

Seren del Grappa is just a few minutes from Feltre and delimits the last spurs of Mount Tomatico (1594 m) and of Mount Santo (1538 m), on the southern edge of the plain of Feltre. The area is dotted with numerous villages including Rasai, where you can discover the neoclassical main church and Porcen, where the church houses magnificent frescoes of the fifteenth-century painter Giovanni di Francia and, on the main altar, a painting by Jacopo da Valenza dated 1504.
From Porcen a network of paths, called “High Route of the Heroes”, lead to Bassano del Grappa along the ridge of the peaks of the eastern ridge of Mount Grappa. This itinerary has been designed to commemorate the tragic events of World War I that took place in this area.

The area is characterized by many mountain huts, still active today, where you can taste local cheeses or find accommodations for hikers that find bad weather.
Seren del Grappa can be seen from afar thanks to its panoramic position and for the white mass of the eighteenth-century church that stands out. Reaching the valley floor you can admire the thirteenth-century church of San Siro.

The Vette Feltrine and the Grappa Massif overlook the territory, both places full of interesting hiking paths to tackle on foot or by mountain bike. In the Valley of Seren and on Mount Grappa, scene of battles during the Great War, you can find many routes that start from Refuge Bocchette and include the monumental cemetery ossuary on Cima Grappa. After the defeat of Caporetto, that took place the 24th of October 1917, the Italian defensive line was placed between the Piave river and Mount Grappa and the territory of Seren became fierce theatre of war.

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