Cappella Maggiore is a small town located at the foot of Cansiglio Forest, the second largest forest in Italy. It offers a variety of sightseeing attractions, including the Parish Church, a neoclassical structure located in an elevated position in the heart of the downtown village, and the church called “Mattarella”, an ancient little building dated back to the Lombards, dedicated to the Holy Trinity and the Sacred place which gave name to Cappella Maggiore itself. The interior of the church is frescoed and it holds significant details of historical and artistic interest.
Cappella Maggiore is located less than an hour from Venice City (which you can comfortably reach by train in 45 minutes) and about 40 minutes from the major ski resorts in the Dolomites, including Cortina D’Ampezzo. A few kilometres away are Vittorio Veneto, historical centre, and Conegliano, birthplace of the painter Cima da Conegliano and famous for the well-known Prosecco di Conegliano e Valdobbiadene. A note of importance: Vittorio Veneto dates back its origins to the Roman Empire and in October 1918, it was the site of the last battle between Italy and Austria-Hungary during World War I.Read more about our prices & services Discover our offers for tours & activities