Skirting the Santa Croce lake you go through Spert and Tambre, passing by the famous house in the shape of a book, then on to the Cansiglio Forest. Over the centuries the Forest has always been in the news with its millions of trees and thousands of deer. It was a colony of the Venetian Republic, who used it to provide timber for the construction of its fleet, and was inhabited by the Longobard Cimbra population, the ancestors of whom still reside there. The itinerary ends with the unique Caglieron caves. Many inns and restaurants.
A source of wood for the Venetian Empire.