Chiarano, or Clarano as it was historically called, is recognized by the province of Treviso as the Land of Villas. This recognition has been given due to the many Venetian Villas found throughout Chiarano. It is not a secret that this land was often visited by the aristocrats of the Venetian Republic;
in fact, these mansions were constructed for them for the purpose of spending summer vacations inland. In that period, the Venetian lagoon was much wider than it is today, and there were only few navigable canals that were used to connect the islands with the mainland.
One of these few was the Piavon canal, which is located right at the end of our vineyard. It was through this canal that these aristocratic families brought their wealth to Chiarano.
Beaches of the Adriatic Sea
|Lido di Jesolo||31 Km|
|Oderzo||Km 10||Udine||Km 75|
|Portobuffolè||Km 20||Belluno||Km 79|
|Conegliano||Km 32||Bassano Del Grappa||Km 80|
|Treviso||Km 35||Padova||Km 83|
|Vittorio Veneto||Km 44||Trieste||Km 107|
|Venezia||Km 60||Vicenza||Km 112|
|Valdobbiadene||Km 60||Cortina D’Ampezzo||Km 128|
|Asolo||Km 66||Verona||Km 158|
|Pordenone||Km 69||Sirmione - Lago di Garda||Km 189|