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Variant 5A - Pianezze - località Malossi - Via Sandri

  • Average duration: 1 h

  • Length: 2,40 km

  • Difference in height: 134 mt

  • Accessibility: asphalted road - path

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The route starts from the center of Pianezze in via Roma. Take the first part of via Sandri on the left and then turn right into via Moscardina. After a few meters, take the first turn on the left and keep right walking pasta an unpaved path following the signs that lead to Malossi (Warning: this is the point where the cherry tree route "Sentiero dei Ciliegi, n. 5" is found together with other two signed historical paths: one with a white background and the symbol of cherries and the "Colceresa" path). From the northern end of the district of Malossi climb up into the coppice wood. It is not rare to be accompanied by the flowing waters of the stream below. The ascent is interrupted by a resting place where strollers can catch their breath. At this point, there is a route diversion to the left which descends mostly along an asphalted road (the road code applies here), along variant 5A, which runs sided by cherry and chestnut trees for a good stretch.
The main itinerary, on the other hand, continues straight on from the lay-by through a characteristic and wide cherry tree plantation until via Sandri, which needs to be followed on the left for a short stretch and then diverts in the middle of the orchards on a narrow path, which ends up on a paved road again. At this point (the road code still applies here), turn left (on via Roccolo Carli) where the signs located about 100 m ahead direct towards the connection with Route n. 4 (unpaved road on the right). This is the road map to be followed from here on for a long stretch. When at the junction between via d'Agù and via Costacurta, keep to the right along the path in the direction of Marostica (the historic military post of the First World War is visible). The descent towards the intermediate village of Roveredo Alto is mostly along a narrow but easy shady path. Once in Roveredo, enter the district passing in front of the Church of Madonna delle Grazie and then head south again. The downhill path has to be walked carefully both because the bowl is slippery and because there are rather steep slopes in some places. This stretch leads to Marostica, via Panica, where a visit can be paid to the historical centre turning left. The walk back to Pianezze starts taking via della Resistenza on the right (a signpost showing number 5 is affixed at this point), followed by a small allotment path that runs along the hillside and leads into via Giovan Battista Ferrari. Climb up to this point along the paved road with due respect for the highway code. The signs invite to continue as far as via Oldelle, that is the street on which tired strollers can continue straight ahead to return to the starting point in Pianezze in a short time. The main route, on the other hand, continues beyond the difference in height at the edge of via Oldelle, taking a short climb from where it unwinds into a winding but pleasant and easy path, along which strollers can one more time enjoy a full immersion in cherry trees and the various view points. The junction is at a resting place. Then turn left to take a small white road. After a short walk the strollers are back on the asphalt road where the usual warning applies. Go down via Creazzo. This stretch of the path is one of the most panoramic sections of the entire route. At the end of via Creazzo two options are available: go right to finish the walk quickly and to return to Pianezze, via Roma; or turn left and follow the signs to the Oratory of San Filippo e Giacomo which is reached going down via Oldelle and turning right to take a path in correspondence of an apparently private entrance limited by two stone and terracotta pillars that is in reality a public road. Walk as far as the end of the first stretch and, at the bed and breakfast, turn right and go down gently, then uphill to the hill where the ancient Oratory of San Filippo e Giacomo stands. Walk on and back on the sidewalk of the road and then turn into via Beltrame and go back to the starting point.

This route offers the opportunity to observe various characteristics of the territory: outcrops of basaltic volcanic rocks, sandstone and limestone and tufa volcanic sedimentary rocks; terraces of sloping ground the locals call masiére, i.e. dry-stone walls, built using local rocks; vallecole engraved and dug by streams. The hydrography of the territory presents a fairly rich variety: rivers, streams, brooks and springs that over time man has channeled and ordered to enhance irrigation, to improve soil conditions and to exploit the potential strength of water. In the area of Oldelle, in the district of Pianezze, rivulets descend from the small valleys into the rosa dea vale (lit. valley irrigation ditch) and then into an unspecified stream, rium. Along the way, you will frequently come across meadows, vegetable gardens, vineyards, olive groves, cherry trees and many other fruit trees, set in a very unique hilly environment that presents several areas of great naturalistic interest. The wooded vegetation is mainly made up of tall trees, such as Robinia's weeds, numerous white hornbeams, the large chestnut trees of which sometimes traces remain in the stumps, the elm trees, ornielli, maple trees, and the so-called spaccasassi (lit. rock breakers), whose roots sink into the rocks and create twists and turns, the great alders, typical of the wetlands, and some at times majestic specimens of oaks, poplars, plane trees, mulberries and willows. There is also a rich undergrowth made up of extensive patches of stingers and brambles, many ferns belonging to various species, carpets of mosses and horsetails, various colored lichens that cover the rocks and the luxuriant ivy that often covers the trunks of the plants. The meadows, mainly cultivated with grass and clover and mowed regularly, give forage that is rich in nutrients.
The quieter areas, far from the inhabited centers, are populated by foxes, badgers, hedgehogs, martens, weasels, dormouse, hares and the roe deer. Strollers are very likely to see squirrels jumping from one branch to another or pairs of pheasants hiding in the tall grass of the meadows. There are also many birds that live and nest in the trees, where the wood is thicker: the blackbird, the thrush, the great tit, the finco, the robin and the crow. The numerous watercourses are the home to live fish such as marsoni, shrimps, squaleti (lit. small sharks), trout and amphibians such as frogs, toads, salamanders and tritons. Blindworms, ande and carbonassi are common reptiles in these areas.

In this route

Accomodation

  • Hotel

    Hotel Europa

    Viale Stazione, 5/A 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 77842

    Email: info@hoteleuropa.biz

    http://www.hoteleuropa.biz

    52

    74

    Yes

    Free

  • Hotel Due Mori

    Corso Mazzini, 73/75 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Email: info@duemori.it

    http://www.duemori.it

    12

    23

    Yes

  • Tourist apartments

    Villa Cecchin Guesthouse

    Via Gianni Cecchin, 69 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 324 0848416

    Email: info@villacecchin.it

    http://www.villacecchin.it

    5

    2

  • Tourist apartments

    Suite Parolin

    Corso Mazzini,142/2 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 73351

    Email: alessandrocrestan@gmail.com

    1

    4

    Free

  • Tourist apartments

    Campana Suites

    Viale Stazione, 32 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 392 6994859

    Email: info@campanasuites.it

    http://www.campanasuites.it

    4

    9

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Al Portico

    Via Consagrollo, 54 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 77836

    Email: info@alportico.eu

    http://www.alportico.eu/

    1

    2

    No

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Marostica

    Via Camplani, 60 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 339 2319547

    Email: info@bbmarostica.com

    http://www.bbmarostica.com/

    3

    6

    No

    Free

  • Bed&Breakfast

    A Casa mia

    Via Ca' Brusà, 23 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 328 7668603

    Email: info@bbacasamia.com

    http://www.bbacasamia.com

    3

    7

    No

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Da Viky

    Via Mantegna, 12 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 328 972719 - 348 2607824

    Email: info@bebdaviky.com

    http://www.bebdaviky.com

    3

    7

    No

    Free

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Borgo Castello

    Via C.Battisti, 15 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 347 4483241

    Email: silvia@borgocastello.com

    http://www.borgocastello.com

    3

    7

    No

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Retrò

    Via Ravenne, 36 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 819361 o 339 3935165

    Email: cristina.polita@libero.it - p71cristina@gmail.com

    http://www.bedandbreakfast.it/it/

    2

    4

    No

    Yes

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Su al Castello

    Via Cansignorio della Scala, 4 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 393 3131082

    Email: sualcastello@gmail.com

    http://www.sualcastello.it

    Yes

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Locanda Valbella

    Via Val Bella Alta, 15 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 780377

    Email: info@allangelodoro.it

    http://www.paesionline.it/italia/bed-and-breakfast-marostica/bed_and_breakfast_in_collina

    3

    9

    Additional activities:

    Trattoria

  • Bed&Breakfast

    In Collina

    Via Val Bella Alta, 15 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 471239 - cell. 339 2052522

    Email: roberta.alban@yahoo.it

  • Bed&Breakfast

    I Mirtilli

    Via Gazzo, 33 Pianezze (VI)

    Tel.: 333 9966358

    Email: info@imirtilli.com

    http://www.imirtilli.com

    No

    No

    Additional activities:

    Sale of local products: fresh blueberries, jam and fruit juice

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Villa del Sole

    Via XXV Aprile, 20 Pianezze

    Tel.: 349 3561747

    Email: bordignon.prisca@villadelsole.net

    http://www.villadelsole.net/Villa_del_Sole/Homepage.html

    2

    No

    Yes

  • Bed&Breakfast

    Il Geranio

    Via Oldelle 4/A Pianezze

    Tel.: 0424 781119 - cell. 338 7527548

    Email: info@ilgeranio.it

    http://www.ilgeranio.it/

    2

    3

    No

    Yes

  • Agritourism

    Agriturismo Antico Borgo

    Via Marosi, 4 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 702529 - cell. 339 2972758

    Email: agriturismoanticoborgo@gmail.com

    http://www.agriturismoanticoborgo.it

    2

    4

    Free

    Additional activities:

    Sale of local products

  • Agritourism

    Agriturismo Al Ciliegio

    Via Val Bella Alta, 5 Vallonara di Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 349 5119173

    Email: lorisbusatta@gmail.com

    3

    6

    free

    Additional activities:

    Restaurant

  • Agritourism

    Dai Sandri

    Via Oldelle, 1a, 36060 Pianezze (VI)

    Tel.: tel. 0424 77967 - cell. 333 3580053

    Email: agriturismodaisandri@gmail.com

    http://www.agriturismodaisandri.com

    Specialities: Marostica cherries PGI jams, Marostica cherries PGI in grappa

  • Brasserie

    Al Mulino

    Gobbe 60, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 350 5992041

    Email: oldmillsrl@libero.it

    http://www.brasseriealmulino.com

    Opening times:

    From Tuesday to Friday:11.00 am -3.00 pm / 5.30 pm - 2.00 am. Saturday: 5.30 pm - 2.00 am. Sunday: 11.00 - 2.00 am

    Monday closed

    Specialities: craft beer, bruschettas and sandwiches

  • Wine bar

    Al Fante

    Piazza Castello 11, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: tel. 0424 470811 - cell.3471866464

    Email: enotecaalfante@gmail.com

    http://www.ristoratoridivicenza.it/ita/food/ristoranti-e-trattorie/enoteca-al-fante-20289a1-ita.html

    Opening times:

    From Tuesday to Sunday: 11.00 am - 2.00 pm/ from 5.00 pm to midnight

    Monday closed

    20

    Specialities: wine, snaks and local dishes

  • Osteria

    L'Angelo e il Diavolo

    Piazza Castello 41/a, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424/72312

    Email: lorenzo.a7788@gmail.com

    http://www.angeloeildiavolo.com

    Opening times:

    Open Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 am to 3.00 pm/6.00 pm to midnight

    Monday closed

    Specialities: Typical Roman and traditional Veneto dishes

  • Osteria

    Madonnetta

    Via Vajenti, 21, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 75859

    Email: info@osteriamadonnetta.it

    http://www.osteriamadonnetta.it/

    Opening times:

    10.00 am to 3.00 pm/6.00 pm to midnight

    thursday closed

    90

    Specialities: Typical dishes of Venetian cuisine that can be found all year round and recipes related to seasonality and what the family garden offers

  • Pizzeria/Restaurant

    Lunaelaltro

    Ceramica 33, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 478098

    Email: info@lunaelaltro.it

    https://www.lunaelaltro.it/

    Opening times:

    Wednesday closed. Open Monday, Tuesday: noon to 2.15 pm/6.45 pm to 11.45 pm, Thursday: noon to 2.15 pm/6.45 pm to 11.45 pm, Friday: noon to 2.15/6.45 pm to midnight, Saturday: 6.15 pm to midnight, Sunday: noon to 2.30 pm/6.15 pm to 11.45 pm.

    180

    Specialities: traditional dishes (homemade pasta, grilled meat, seasonal dishes), pizza, bigoli with duck sauce, baccalà alla vicentina (Vicenza-style cod), trippa alla parmigiana (Parmigiana tripe) and sarde in saor (sardines)

  • Restaurant

    Dai Fioi

    Via Oldelle 2/A, 36060 Pianezze (VI)

    Tel.: 388 3449604

    Specialities: Typical Venetian cuisine with fresh pasta and grilled meat. Special themed evenings with spit, shank, boiled meat and fish

  • Restaurant

    Yoshi Restaurant

    Piazza Castello 3, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: +39 3249995555

    Opening times:

    Tuesday to Sunday 12 noon to 3.00 pm/7.00 pm to midnight, Monday 7.00 pm to midnight

    Specialities: sushi (very fresh fish)

  • Restaurant

    Panic Jazz Club

    Piazza Castello 42, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424/72707

    Email: info@panicjazzclub.com

    http://www.panicjazzclub.com

    Opening times:

    Open Monday 7.00 pm to midnight, Wednesday to Sunday 7.00 pm to 2.00 am

    Tuesday closed

    Specialities: Mexican food and fish/meat specialties

  • Restaurant

    A Betoea da Gildo

    Corso G.Mazzini, 1, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: tel. 0424/77584 - cell. 349 6395361

    Email: abetoea@libero.it

    https://www.ristoratoridivicenza.it/ita/food/ristoranti-e-trattorie/a-betoea-ristorante-19825a1-ita.html

    Opening times:

    Open Tuesday to Sunday 11.00 am to 3.00 pm/6.30 pm to 11.00 pm

    Monday closed

    60

    Specialities: Baccalà alla vicentina (cod cooked Vicenza-style), tripe, snails, frogs and game

  • Restaurant

    Ristorante cinese Oriente

    G. Cecchin 20/b, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 73221

    Opening times:

    Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 2.30 pm/7.00 pm to 11.00 pm

    Specialities: typical Chinese and Cantonese dishes

  • Restaurant

    Da Bastian

    Gobbe 10/a, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 73623

    Email: info@dabastian.it

    http://www.dabastian.it

    Opening times:

    Open Tuesday to Sunday 7.30 am to 2.00 pm/5.00 pm to 8.00 pm

    Monday closed

    45

    Specialities: traditional meat and fish dishes (in particular fried fish). Deli service.

  • Restaurant

    Da Roberta

    Panica 150, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 470480

    Opening times:

    Open Monday to Sunday 7.00 am to midnight

    Saturday closed

    Specialities: typical dishes

  • Restaurant

    Da Rossi

    Via Consagrollo, 69, 36063 Marostica VI

    Tel.: 0424 72416

    Email: ristorantedarossi@hotmail.it

    Opening times:

    Open Monday to Sunday 8.00 am to midnight

    Tuesday closed

    90

    Specialities: traditional dishes and meat-based menus

  • Restaurant

    Il Convivio

    Pizzamano 19, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 72480

  • Restaurant/Pizzeria

    Ristorante Pizzeria 77

    Via Gazzo, 2, 36060 Pianezze (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 471804

    http://www.caffe77.it

    Opening times:

    Monday 10.00-14.30 from Wednesday to Saturday 10.00-14.30 / 17.00-23.00 Sunday 11.30-15.00 / 17.30-23.00

    Closed Monday afternoon and Tuesday all day

    Specialities: fish and meat restaurant also pizzeria

  • Trattoria

    Caissa

    Mazzini 104, 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 0424 472393

    Email: info@trattoriacaissa.it

    http://www.trattoriacaissa.it

    Opening times:

    Open Monday 12 noon to 2.30 pm/7.00 pm to 9.30 pm, Tuesday noon to 2.15 pm, Thursday to Sunday noon to 2.15 pm/7.00 pm to 10.00 pm

    Tuesday evening and Wednesday closed

    99

    Specialities: Baccalà alla vicentina (cod cooked Vicenza-style), sarde in saor (sardines), bigoli with duck sauce and paella (must be booked)

  • Agritourism

    Al ciliegio

    Via Val bella Alta, 5 36063 Marostica (VI)

    Tel.: 3495119173

    Email: lorisbusatta@gmail.com

    Specialities: Typical Veneto dishes

  • Pub

    All’Angelo d’Oro

    viale Montegrappa, 20 Marostica

    Tel.: 042477838 - Cell. 3398900058

    www.allangelodoro.it

  • Bistrot

    La casetta

    Viale Vicenza 12/A marostica

    Email: jlenia.guazzo@gmail.com

  • Wine bar

    Weinerei

    Via Sant'Antonio, 16 marostica

    Tel.: 342 5670315

    Email: alessandropoli@gmail.com

  • Osteria

    Della Zita

    Via Cà Brusà, 5 Marostica

    Email: osteriadallazita@gmail.com

  • Restaurant

    Ristorante Cuori

    Corso Mazzini, 75 marostica

    Tel.: 389 2336799

    Email: ristorantecuori@gmail.com

    www.ristorantecuori.net