Walking in the Venetian Hills

From $1287 per person

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  • Untouched verdant walking country: rolling hills, shady forests, vineyards and olive groves
  • Hotels full of character; lovely friendly hosts; genuine Italian hospitality
  • Amazing array of wild flowers: heather, poppies, wild orchids and Mediterranean maquis
  • Venetian architectural treasures: villas, churches and monasteries
  • Venice, Vicenza, Padua and Este - hidden gems in the Venetian crown

What's included?

  • 8 nights, hotel-to-hotel
  • Departs every two days from 30 Sep '16 to 16 Oct '16
  • All continental breakfast and evening meals
  • Managed locally by Headwater employed representative
  • Sustainability rating: 78%
  • Headwater wine service
  • Route notes and maps provided
  • Luggage transfers between hotels
  • Walking transfers included

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Walking in the Venetian Hills

This walking holiday is based in the wonderfully unspoilt Euganean Hills, tucked in a quiet corner below the beautiful mediaeval city of Padua, west across the plain from Venice. Once volcanic islands, these hills have a striking conical appearance; they are cloaked in an astonishing variety of plant life including holm oak, maple, orchids, heather and poppies and have been recognised as a National Park. The lower slopes give way to colourful meadows and immaculately groomed vineyards so it's little wonder the region produces such a fine variety of wines!

Starting in the tiny hamlet of Cortela, nestled amongst vines, you walk through unspoilt verdant countryside and shaded forest to Este, with its perfectly preserved mediaeval walls and Lord Byron's former villa. You discover the jumbled cobbled streets of mediaeval Arqua Petrarca, where the famous C14 Italian poet, Petrarch, made his home, before continuing through fertile fruit orchards to Galzignano. A convenient stone's throw from the Italian Baroque gardens of Valsanzibio, there's time to explore its magnificent maze before a series of outstandingviews leads you to panoramically perched Teolo.

The hotels we've selected for you are full of character and are all family run, with warm welcomes throughout. They range from Maurizio's pretty, pastel-coloured hotel overlooking the remains of Este's mediaeval castle and Gabriella and Alessandro's rustic yet cosy agriturismo, to the exquisite Liberty Villa Lussana with its stunning position overlooking the dramatic Euganean Hills

This is of easy/medium difficulty. It mainly follows forest paths and country lanes, with just a few brief steep sections. Walking boots are recommended.

Day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive in Cortela

Arrive at Gabriella and Alessandro's farmhouse in time for dinner in their cosy dining room.

Day 2 - Cortela to Este 18km/11.5mi/6hr

Head across bright poppy fields, then through mountain ash and oak forests to the hamlet of Valnogaredo. The convent of Beatrice d'Este crowns the next hill, Monte Gemola. Enjoy glorious views over Este as you descend through woodlands, past Byron's former villa, into the old town. Our hotel lies opposite the castle.

Day 3 - At Este

Everyone loves Este. It has a very Venetian feel, criss-crossed by a narrow canal and with an imposing golden clocktower and immaculately preserved C14 mediaeval walls. There's a public pool (June-Sept), or it's a short bus ride to the walled city of Montagnana, famous for its hams.

Day 4 - Este to Galzignano 13km/8mi/4hr or 16km/10mi/4.

We give you a lift to Arqua Petrarca, still as it was when Petrarch came here in 1370. Visit his wellpreserved house, then walk up geranium-decked streets and past sumptuous C15 villas into the serene hills - not a soul in sight except for the odd wine grower in the fields. You descend through cherry and plum orchards to the fabulous Villa Barbarigo at Valsanzibio, whose C17 Italian gardens are the best in the region.

Day 5 - At Galzignano

Catch the local bus (35 mins excl Sundays) to Padua, the region's second art city. View the Cappella degli Scrovegni (Giotto frescoes), admire Donatello's Gattamelata statue or savour a cappuccino in the largest square in Italy! You may wish to treat yourself to a spa/massage at Montegrotto - great for aching muscles!

Day 6 - Galzignano to Teolo 13km/8mi/4hr

Ascending through olive groves you reach Monte Rua hermitage, a popular lunch stop. A woodland path leads towards Rocca Pendice, an imposing volcanic stone massif. You skirt round it to enjoy breathtaking views across the chain of hills as you descend to Teolo, the only 'alpine' village here. Our hotel, an exquisite Liberty Villa, lies above the square.

Day 7 - At Teolo

Supposedly the birthplace of the Roman historian Livy, Teolo is alive with history, and many of the buildings from its Serenissima heyday remain. There are lovely walks available including a circular one up Monte della Madonna with its panoramic views (walking notes provided). For a longer day out, take the bus/train to Venice and see St Mark's Square, the Doges' Palace and the Peggy Guggenheim Museum.

Day 8 - Teolo to Cortela 11km/7mi/3.5hr or 16km/10mi/5hr

Walking through rows of lush green vines you reach the highest point of the holiday, on the flanks of Monte Venda (601m). The plain is mapped out before you, with views towards the Berici Hills near Vicenza. Then it's on through oak and chestnut forests, and down through vineyards and olive groves, back to Gabriella and Alessandro's farmhouse for a spot of well-earned wine tasting!ned wine tasting!

Day 9 - Leave Cortela


For a longer tour, why not consider combining this with our Walks in The Italian Dolomites

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking. You can call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 to discuss accommodation options.

Agriturismo Il Feudo, Cortelà   (2 acorn)

Agriturismo Il Feudo, Cortelà

This lovely agriturismo is a charming, tranquil place in the middle of vineyards. Run by Gabriella and Alessandro - it's been in their family for over 200 years! - the family make their own olive oil and honey as well as their own wine. Your evening meal is Gabriella's home-made regional fayre.

The agriturismo offers 6 rooms, which are simple but comfortable, with polished pine floorboards, brightly coloured counterpanes and ensuite bathrooms. The dining room also has quite a rustic but homely feel to it, with stone walls, exposed wooden beams and brightly coloured table cloths.

Further details on the hotel website.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed

Hotel Beatrice d’Este, Este   (3 star)

Hotel Beatrice d’Este, Este

The Hotel Beatrice d'Este is a pleasant hotel set in its own grounds on the edge of the town of Este. It has quite a grand entrance, with stone statues lining the path up to its main door.

The rooms here are spacious and pleasantly decorated. Some of the rooms look over the castle and others face the hill behind it on which Byron's villa stands. The dining room, meanwhile, is very imposing, and decorated in liberty style with yellow and white stucco detail. For pre dinner drinks, the hotel also boasts a bar and sitting area.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning

Nearby facilities:

  • ATM / Cash machine

Belvedere Resort ai Colli, Galzignano Terme   (3 star)

Belvedere Resort ai Colli, Galzignano Terme

The Hotel Belvedere is situated in the outskirts of Galzignano,on the edge of the vines on the way to the nearby wine village of Torreglia. You'll feel immediately at home here - especially given the warm welcome you receive from the hospitable Ottolitri family.

The hotel is cosy throughout, from the welcoming lounge area where you can relax before or after dinner with its pastel coloured cosy armchairs and open fire, to the bedrooms, all decorated in their own floral pattern.

Half of the rooms look out over the garden - the first floor rooms have terraces which open right out onto it - whereas the rooms at the front of the hotel look out onto the backdrop of the vineyards.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning

Villa Lussana, Teolo   (3 star)

Villa Lussana, Teolo

Villa Lussana is a beautifully restored Liberty villa, with an attractive peach and white façade. The hotel is run by brother and sister Franco and Barbara Crestani. Barbara ensures you a warm welcome to Teolo, while Franco presides in the kitchen. Being slightly above the main square, the Villa's large terrace enjoys glorious views over the picturesque collection of houses of Teolo and the surrounding, imposing Euganean hills.

The rooms are elegantly furnished to match the Liberty décor, which has been maintained throughout. They have all the modern comforts too, which are cunningly concealed behind the grandiose décor.



Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning

Nearby facilities:

  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine



Extra nights and stop over hotels

If you'd like to extend your trip with extra nights at the start or end, or if you'd like to arrange a stop off point en-route, then we recommend the following hotels.

Hotel Kette, Venice   (4 star)

Hotel Kette, Venice

The Hotel Kette is set in the heart of Venice, a short distance from Teatro La Fenice, from via XXII marzo, the elegant shopping street, 2 minutes from piazza San Marco and only 10 minutes from Ponte di Rialto. So this is an excellent base for exploring the many delights Venice has in store.

The 63 en suite rooms are immaculately furnished and are fully worthy of the four-star rating.

It is possible to reserve a non-smoking room (please contact us and we will request this for you).

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Giulietta e Romeo , Verona   (3 star)

Giulietta e Romeo , Verona

The Giulietta e Romeo hotel, named after the town's most famous lovers, lies in a quiet side street just yards from the Arena. The hotel is fairly modern in style and very comfortable. There is a large lobby area, which leads onto the breakfast room, which is decorated in white with subtle lighting and art deco friezes on the windows.

The rooms are all carpeted and traditionally decorated in blue and red décor with cherry wood furniture. They are all en-suite and have double-glazing so there is little noise from the street. A couple of rooms even have the famous Juliet style balcony if you fancy a re-inaction!

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Travel options

Transfers included from Vicenza train station at 13:33, and back to Vicenza train station at 12:30.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 or email info@breakaway-adventures.com to arrange connecting flights.

Customer reviews

Everyone who goes on a Headwater holiday will be emailed a link to our post-holiday questionnaire where they can give us an honest assessment of all aspects of their holiday - everything from how quickly we answer the phone to how clean the hotels were - plus, of course, an overall rating and comments about their holiday.

Any feedback collected is posted straight to our website - totally unedited. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of our holidays, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

Reviewed by Mis Horkan on 15/09/2016

*****
Beautiful verdant area to walk in. Fantastic views. Lots of options for rest days.

Reviewed by Mrs Anderson on 02/08/2016

*****
We had a very good relaxed holiday, with Sarah giving alternative choices and lifts on days that were too hot to walk the whole distance Sarah is an exceptionally good rep Thankyou

Reviewed by Mr Duggleby on 10/06/2016

*****
Another excellent self-guided walking holiday from Headwater. Everything was up to the very high standards we expect from them. The entire 8-day holiday was a delight including the visits we chose (Padova, Monselice) on our days off. We chose to walk the suggested options for our last day off. The weather was poor but we had a fabulous 'extra' day of walking. This area of the Vento is so beautiful and the walking around the Euganean Hills was terrific. Sarah our lovely rep was superb. Thank you Headwater.

Reviewed by Mrs Butterworth on 03/06/2016

*****
The walks are strenuus enough that we felt a glow of achievement on finishing each one, but not so difficult that we sruggled as occasional hikers. The mix of agriculture and woodland walking surrounded by birdsong is wonderful. Adding an extra 3 nights in Venice staying at the Hotel Kette made the whole holiday one to remember for many years.

Reviewed by Ms Poole on 31/05/2016

*****
It was great to have such a complete break and while we didn't it the support available from the rep it was reassuring to know that assistance was only a call away. We particularly enjoyed moving on from town to town and having the rest day in between walkis created a great deal of variety as we got to see other towns. We particularly liked Villa Lussana and the food was really good there - it was also the first walk we didn't get lost on so there was a great sense of achievement in arriving there!

Reviewed by Mrs Jones on 26/10/2015

*****
Can't speak too highly of Sarah - Headwater is fortunate to have someone with such high standards, thoughtfulness and warm personality.. She was very attentive and concerned about a couple on the cycling holiday,one of whom had sustained an eye injury while cycling. Villa Lusanna was particularly good in terms of welcome, food and friendliness. Some years ago we did the walking in the Loire valley holiday. The standard of food, accomodation and route notes were much better in the Venetian Hills holiday. .

Reviewed by Mrs Moseley on 19/10/2015

*****
Lovely area, very peaceful with enjoyable walking. Great to visit Padua on our rest day. Added on a day and night in Venice at the end of the holiday which would highly recommend.

Reviewed by Ms Melliship on 12/10/2015

*****
Our holiday was the perfect combination of supported and independent: you do have to be prepared to sort out a lot of things for yourself, which we really like. Yet, Sarah was always available if we needed help. The itinerary was thoughtful and had great variety every day. We got a lot of satisfaction from completing all the suggested walks. Our rest days were extremely busy days as there is lots to do in the region - we enjoyed the chance to have these days to explore and do something different.

Reviewed by Mrs Dimond on 25/09/2015

*****
A wonderful opportunity to have a 'safe adventure!'. Euganian Hills are a beautiful, unspoilt area to explore, the vineyards and olive groves were a delight, and the views amazing.

Reviewed by Mr Murray on 03/07/2015

*****
A really relaxing and enjoyable holiday giving us the opportunity to visit some lovely areas of Italy. The Headwater representative was well informed and really helpful allowing us to enjoy our holiday to the full.

Reviewed by Ms Hopkins on 03/07/2015

*****
It was a brilliant holiday - everything was well organised and went according to plan. The scenery was superb, the walks were more challenging than expected because of the extremely hot weather (38F one day!) but loads of shade and wonderful views helped us through. Our local rep was brilliant and there was more than enough information from Headwater for us to find interesting things to do on our rest days. All the accommodation was good but Villa Lussana was a holiday highlight. Thoroughly memorable. Thank you!

Reviewed by Mrs Aitken on 01/07/2015

*****
We walked through a beautiful quiet unknown part of Italy meeting friendly people in small hotels and rural towns and felt welcomed everywhere.

Reviewed by Mrs Main on 02/06/2015

*****
This holiday took us to a lovely area that we'd never have known about if we'd not come across it through the Headwater website.We wondered how we'd cope with our first mobile holiday, but it all went so smoothly that we had no problems; rather, we found it interesting to stay in 6 very different hotels in 9 nights! Having read other comments and seen the weather forecast, we went prepared for all conditions. Yes, it rained a bit, but it was warm rain without wind - nothing like the Scottish variety and we were lent a giant Italian umbrella in Este for our visit to the market and the rest of this lovely wee town. Because of the Giro d'Italia our first [non walking] day was a bit disrupted but Sarah was able to drop us off in Téolo to see the race [and it's vast entourage] go by. As my husband is a very keen cyclist who normally watches this on TV at home, this was a real treat and much appreciated. We also appreciated that one of her first acts on collecting us from Vicenza station was to offer us each a bottle of chilled water.

Reviewed by Mr Raffay on 30/05/2015

*****
The holiday exceeded our expectations. Our rep, Sarah, was extremely helpful and friendly. We enjoyed discovering this beautiful part of Italy.

Reviewed by Pro Beevers on 28/09/2014

*****
Good walking, good accommodation , food and wine. Interesting cities and towns to visit.

Reviewed by Mrs Potthurst on 22/09/2014

***#.
The welcome & help we encountered from local people was phenomenal.

Reviewed by Mr Boyd on 22/09/2014

*****
Although not far from the bustling city of Padova, the Euganean hills seem to be an undiscovered gem and we saw far more butterflies than walkers! We enjoyed all of the walks and there were plenty easily accessible attractive places to visit on our rest days. Our holiday was enhanced by a night in Venice at the start and at the finish.

Reviewed by Mr Page on 06/08/2014

*****
An excellent walking trip with the added extra of a few days in the superb city of Venice. Excellent support from headwater Rep and good to be 'off the beaten track' in a lesser known and unspoilt area of Italy.

Reviewed by Mr Humphreys on 30/07/2014

***#.
We topped and tailed the walking with two nights in Verona and two nights in Venice which gave a nice contrast. The walking was enjoyable with a variety of terrain and the route descriptors good. We were lucky with the weather but it can be unpredictable so you need waterproofs and/or a brolly just in case. Good insect repellent is worth the investment. The area is unspoilt and there seem to be very few tourists. Accommodation was good though air-con is either poor or doesn't exist so it is hot at night. On our rest days were able to visit Montagnana and Padua which were both very enjoyable. However, if you can try to organise the holiday so that you are walking on a Sunday you will avoid being marooned on a rest day - no buses run on Sundays! We found the locals to be friendly though most had as much English as we had Italian - very little! The rep - Sarah - was charming and very helpful! Italian beer is good but expensive - local wine is good and good value! Overall a great experience. We enjoyed the holiday and would recommend it.

Reviewed by Mrs Todd on 21/07/2014

*****
Sarah is an excellent asset to Headwater, knowledgeable and friendly.She was thorough in going through the briefing notes and was on hand if we needed. The walking notes were accurate, at times it felt like a higher grade walk than billed, but that just added to the achievement after each one. Views spectacular, hotels and food excellent. Rest day in Padua to see Giotto Frescoes and then the Anatomy Theatre at the University was fantastic. Sarah gave us opening times and suggestions, so that was really time saving and useful. This was our first HW holiday, and we are already looking where our next one could be.
Headwater response:
Dear Mrs Todd, Thank you for your lovely comments regarding our rep Sarah, we have passed your feedback on to her and she was delighted. We were also pleased to see that you had an enjoyable 1st holiday with Headwater it sounds like you took in all of the sights and sounds that this region has to offer. We look forward to welcoming you on your next holiday with us in the future. Yours sincerely, Headwater Customer Service team

Reviewed by Mrs Wass on 04/07/2014

***#.
Excellent representative. Belvedere hotel a gem. Our overall perception is coloured by the fact that we hit a heatwave of mid-thirties degrees in the shade which, given the steepness of the hills, was exhausting. Excellent suggestions for the days off from walking.

Reviewed by Mr Joyce on 15/06/2014

***#.
Update the walk notes, they are very out of date and unusually for Headwater quite irritating
Headwater response:
Dear Mr Joyce, Thank you for your feedback. I have passed on your comments to the programme manger for the region,she is currently in the process of updating the route notes, unfortunately, there have been a number of amendments needed due to the unusually poor weather experienced in this area over the winter. Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused. We hope that despite this issue, you had an enjoyable holiday overall. Yours sincerely, Headwater Customer Service team

Reviewed by Mrs Elliott on 06/06/2014

*****
The Venetian Hills holiday was a truly enjoyble experience. This is a little-known, unspoiled part of the country and ideal for walking. The welcome and service at all the hotels was second to none.

Reviewed by Mr Ballantyne on 26/05/2014

*****
il feudo is rather basic and rustic .Steep stairs no lift.Shower unit in bathroom fell off wall.,not a lot of pressure. Welcome was good though. Villa Lussana all confection ---no lift Headwater customers on second floor. shower unit cracked and water only just warm enough. For walkers some paths i found quite tough walking over tumbling rocks in the hills which could easily have been dangerous so you had to be vigilant. Having done a fair few walking hols i found this one quite tough . but may be age had something to do with it . i would have graded it a little higher i think. But enjoyable all the same .Well its Italy ---whats not to like!!!!!!!

Reviewed by Mr Savage on 25/05/2014

*****
Well organised and enjoyable holiday

Reviewed by Mr Howell on 14/09/2013

*****
Excellent holiday! The office staff were very helpful and patient and helped us choose the right holiday. We greatly enjoyed the walks, they were varied and interesting, with lots to see on the way. All the hotels were lovely and welcoming with great Italian food. On our days off we did a bit of 'culture' we visited Padua and Monselice. At the end of our holiday we tagged on a few days in Venice, as it was virtually on the way back anyway and that was great as well. We just would like to add our sincere thanks to Sarah our rep. She gave us lots of interesting information about the region, and seemed to know all the walks in great detail because she gave us very good advice about finding our way. It gave us a good start to our holiday! We are looking forward to our next holiday with Headwater.

Reviewed by Mr Beale on 02/09/2013

*****
Enjoyable walking in beautiful scenery combined with very comfortable hotels.

Reviewed by Mrs Norris on 03/06/2013

*****
A great introduction to this little known area of Italy. The itinerary meant that we could easily combine walking with sight-seeing.

Reviewed by Mr Arnatt on 29/05/2013

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We were most impressed with the welcome and hospitality at all the hotels, as well as the great service offered by Sarah, our rep. However, we were surprised at the challenging terrain of the walking, especially on the last day (Teolo to Il Feudo) and our overall enjoyment was spoiled by having to cope with shinning up rocks, then traversing knee-deep mud, then a slide down a rock strewn path. It was not the enjoyable countryside walking with views we had envisaged.

Reviewed by Mr Sidey on 06/10/2012

*****
We really enjoyed this holiday as most walks were interesting and the overall accommodation was good. Special mention must be made of Sarah who gave us detailed briefings on the walks at the beginning and useful information on the accommodations we would be using. It took a little while to understand the guide notes but once we realised the style and approach of the writer then we were fine. Good walking country with mix of woods and rock scrambles with good views. We met few walkers on the trails but the villages where we stopped were lively and pleasant.

Reviewed by Mrs Oglesby on 07/07/2012

*****
we really enjoyed our holiday. The area was beautiful and the walks well planned and descriptions/ directions accurate. We were met with friendliness everywhere we went. The local advice from Sarah was really helpful planning our rest days. I thought she was really good at her job, helpful, knowledgable and friendly- she genuinely seemed to want us to help us have a great holiday.

Reviewed by Mrs Reynolds on 30/06/2012

*****
Thoroughly enjoyed it.

Reviewed by Mr Clements on 23/06/2012

*****
Very enjoyable - walks were well-planned with very thorough and accurate guides

Departure dates & prices

May 2016 departuresTour only 
May 11$1287
May 13$1287
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May 23$1494
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Holiday details

Holiday type

Self-guided walking, hotel-to-hotel. Managed locally by Headwater employed rep.

Departures

every two days from 30 Sep '16 to 16 Oct '16, for 9 days (8 nights). This holiday departs every 2 days, however non-standard arrivals and altered itineraries may be possible - please call for prices.

Meals

All continental breakfast and evening meals.

Other details

Please see our Planning your holiday and What's included in the price? pages for additional information. Please call us for single room supplements, room upgrade options and child prices.

Starting your tour

Transfers included from Vicenza train station at 13:33, and back to Vicenza train station at 12:30.

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