22 - A quiet walk between Arfanta, Resera and Reseretta

The Riverside of San Pietro in Tarzo

Difficulty : E
Walking time : 2h 30'
Distance : km 7,9
Altitude difference : m 331

Starting point :
Tarzo, piazza IV Novembre

Starting point coordinates :
45°58'27.43"N 12°13'48.98"E

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The path


From “IV Novembre” square in the hamlet of Tarzo follow the path 1051 that starts from the municipal wood and heads towards the San Pietro hills (interesting detour to the ancient church of “San Pietro”). Briefly, you arrive first at the small village of Reseretta and then at Arfanta. After the northern coast, you descend to the hamlet of “Resera” and, after being returned again to Reseretta through the old town hall, you return to the village of Tarzo following a final shortcut that leads to the locality named “Riva del Mus”.


  • In the location “Rive”, formerly called “Rouredo”, there is the church of “San Pietro”. Located in a magnificent viewpoint above a hill, is attested to 1377 as “Castel Sanct Piero” and then. likely old chapel. It was remodeled in 1492 as indicated in the carved engraving in a sandstone on the facade, while in the following centuries saw periods of long decline for lack of revenue. The absence of news in the seventeenth century could suggest a conversion in lazzaretto, as claimed by some quotations. It is much loved by the members of the Alpine Corp who restored it in 1969 and then in 1986, making it their alpine church. The precious artwork painted by Egidio Dall’Oglio in 1744 (“Our Lady and Child, San Pietro, San Francesco and San Lorenzo”), was transferred to the parish church of Tarzo and in its place was located a painting by italian artist Antonio Bernardi depicting the martyrdom of Saint Peter. By the same artist is a second work placed on the left wall, the Deposition of Christ, while two are reported 18th century frescoes on the triumphal arch, the Immaculate Conception and the Martyrdom of Saint Eurosia.
  • Along the provincial road “Resera – Tarzo”, there is on the left an ancient capital with a fresco depicting “Our Lady of the rose”, work made by the artist Gabriele Cattarin.

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Find out more informations

Further information on the Trail and on the network of itineraries are available in italian language in the book by De Bastiani Editore and in the Tabacco maps entitled "Alla scoperta delle Colline del Prosecco di Conegliano e Valdobbiadene"

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