What to see in Zoldo alto, itinerary including the main monuments and places of interest to visit this holiday resort in the Veneto region, ideal for both summer and winter holidays.
Zoldo Alto is a set of small scattered hamlets, located at an altitude of 1177 m asl, on the slopes of Monte Pelmo and Monte Civetta, in the Zoldo Dolomites area in the province of Belluno.
In the past, an important mining center, as evidenced by the furnaces and laboratories for the melting and processing of metal scattered throughout the territory, today Zoldo Alto is a tourist resort that offers many possibilities for recreation.
In summer you can make beautiful excursions at high altitudes, climbing and via ferratas, while in winter, since the location is near the Ski Civetta ski lift, there are about 80 km of slopes for alpine skiing.
An excursion to the slopes of Pelmetto allows you to take a dip in prehistory via a path that leads from the Staulanza refuge to a large boulder where dinosaur footprints dating back to about 200 million years ago are visible.
In the village there are characteristic barns, called tabià, also the ethnographic museum of Goima and the church of San Valentino are very interesting to visit.
The Goima museum, which is located in the former school of the village, was built with the aim of witnessing daily life in the valley until the beginning of the last century.
The museum itinerary is divided into different rooms dedicated to daily chores and the various professions carried out by the inhabitants of Zoldo and Goima.
In addition, the interior of a typical Zoldan house has been recreated in the structure, including a fireplace, bedroom, kitchen and stua.
The fifteenth-century Church of San Valentino, located in the center of the hamlet of Mareson, has undergone various renovations and renovations over the years.
Inside it includes two altars of valuable artistic value, dedicated to the Holy Cross and Saint Anthony of Padua, in addition to the main altar, the work of the illustrious artist Brustolon.