"At the feet of Cansiglio, crowned by the green of its fertile lands, Fregona gently lies among vineyards and orchards".
Thus Pino Zangiacomi wrote, back in 1952, in his book dedicated to the village of Fregona.
The territory of Fregona stretches from the hilly area north-east of Vittorio Veneto up to the Cansiglio plateau, surrounded by Mount Pizzoc and Mount Millifret, the highest peak of the area.
The landscape is extremely varied, from hills full of vineyards and olive trees, to wonderful woods of beeches and the fir trees in the Cansiglio Forest. The area that goes from the plain to the top of Mount Pizzoc is south facing with a highly favourable climate. Going up towards the mountains one can admire breathtaking views of the Dolomites, Istria, the Venice Lagoon, the delta of the Po river and, to the extreme west, the Lessini mountains.
People visiting Fregona appreciate the feeling of being entirely immersed in nature, the emotion of walking in a succession of hilly and mountainous paths, in an ideal haven promoting the wellness of body and mind. The area, popular with tourists, is suitable for one-day excursions or longer stays. Perfect for the ones who would appreciate a region of naturalistic and historical interest, with a rich cultural heritage and a delicious food-and-wine tradition. Several footpaths around Fregona, varied in length and gradient, satisfy all tastes and preferences of those who love walking en plein air.
Furthermore, Fregona is an important crossroad for reaching other touristic destinations, situated as it is half way between Venice and the Dolomites and enclosed in the Prosecco area.