Conegliano hills and the Molinetto della Croda mill

Among the Conegliano hills an old mill

The hills of Conegliano are the set of this short itinerary. Starting in Conegliano, you will encounter along the way the Pieve di San Pietro di Feletto, a beautiful little church with frescoes and recently restored. Star of this bike tour, however, is the Molinetto della Croda, an old water mill still in operation today.

Photographic scenarios

You will not be disappointed, our trails deserve many photos that you can share with all your friends

Suggested period

This route is recommended in Summer and Spring

Low-traffic road

This route prefers secondary and less busy roads more suitable for cycling

Suitable for all types of bikes

The route passes over paved roads, so it is perfect for all types of bikes

Around the Molinetto della Croda: the itinerary

Leaving Conegliano we begin to climb, turning left past the village of Bagnolo, going up along the road called “Castella” some easy hairpin bends will take us to Rua di Feletto, from here we continue passing through San Pietro di Feletto to arrive then at Refrontolo. 

Here turn right following the signs for Molinetto della Croda. Pay attention to the two sharp bends that will be encountered, always keeping to the right. In this stretch the vegetation increases and, especially in summer, the temperature becomes more pleasant for pedaling

After two kilometers you will meet the Molinetto della Croda, we suggest you take a break here to admire the beauty of the place and take some photos. We will start pedaling again in the direction of Rolle, a small village nestled in the Prosecco Hills, from where you can admire a splendid view of all the surrounding hills. 

Past Rolle we turn right in the direction of Zuel, following a steep road that with two hairpin bends leads to the highest point of the itinerary at an altitude of 370 meters. Continuing on we will cross the villages of Zuel di Qua, Zuel di La, Resera and Reseretta, from where we can admire a view from above over the lakes of Revine and the Pre-Alps. You will then reach Tarzo. We turn right and go through the whole town, just past the pharmacy on the right will be a fountain to fill your water bottle

Our advice is to go down the Castellich-Corbanese scenic road, which you can take by crossing the road immediately after the fountain, going up a quick little road in the direction of Nogarolo and then turn right along Via Castellich. 

After finishing the descent you will find yourself in Corbanese, cross the village and turn left immediately after the church following the signs for the Prosecco Road. We go up along Via Castagnera Alta following this steep and narrow road (this section is very steep, if you want a less demanding alternative you can continue straight at the church of Corbanese until the traffic circle, so take the third exit and go up the straight road until the underpass, where turning left and immediately left again will rejoin you at the next point). 

We will then rejoin Via Somera, which, crossing Formeniga and Manzana, will take us back to the time of Conegliano

Points of interest

Molinetto della Croda
The Molinetto della Croda is an old watermill located in Refrontolo. Embedded in the watercourse that connects the town of Rolle to the town of Refrontolo.
San Pietro di Feletto Church
Called the Pieve di San Pietro, this charming little church is rich inside with frescoes dating from the eighth and ninth centuries. A splendid view of the surrounding hills can be seen from the exterior.
View on the Revine Lakes
At Reseretta you can admire a splendid view from above over the lakes of Revine and the Treviso Prealps.

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