Sacile Town

Sacile is a small city located in the region of Friuli Venezia Giulia with a characteristically historical center. The town is on two islands in the Livenza River. Along the banks can be seen noble residences of the venetian period that, in the past, had two entrances: from the river and the street. This characteristic determines the atmosphere and the harmony of “water town”, where many facades of beautiful palaces are mirrored on the river. Because of the charm of its essence and the slow flow of current of Livenza river Sacile is also known as the “Garden of the Serenissima”.

Many are the monuments and fresco of interest:

  • San Nicolò cathedral, of the end of 1400 in Renaissance’s style.
  • “Madonna della Pieta” little church of the XVII century that appear on Livenza river.
  • San Gregorio church (XVI century) deconsecrated where today exhibitions and events take place.
  • Ragazzoni flangini biglia palace (XV century).
  • The splendid Piazza del Popolo in the form of irregular buildings with porches in Venetian style, make it a Town worth living in because of  its many qualities and traditions, activities  throughout  the year and many cultural and artistic initiatives, for example, good music and development of typical products. Shops and little craft activities make the city bustling with its commercial proposals of quality and style. The food and wines of the territory represent a big attraction for  tourism in Sacile, a sort of “door” of the Friuli region.