this ride meanders towards Bugnins, a village of the municipality of Camino al Tagliamento, still well preserved. Crossed a small bridge, a dirt road that runs along the bank of the river Tagliamento, will take you to Pieve di Rosa. The church, having the same name M.S. of Pieve, dating back to the fifteenth century and built by the monks of Sesto al Reghena, conserves important paintings. The path continues towards Camino al Tagliamento, where we suggest you to take a look at the historic buildings in the street called "Borc Dai Siors- Borgo dei Signori". Continue toward Glaunicco, where you can admire its characteristic Mill celebrated by the writer Ippolito Nievo, then Gradiscutta and finally Belgrado, the so-called "seven castles" town, with the bell tower dating from the medieval period, the only survivor of the flood of the river Tagliamento in 1596. Before coming back to Straccis, you can continue to Varmo, through a path in the past very beaten by pilgrims to the Holy Land and by the Teutonic Knights, who came down from northern Europe to the shores of the northern Adriatic and built in Varmo one of the first hospitals for travellers in Friuli.
the tour includes a visit to Bugnins and Camino al Tagliamento. Crossing the bridge over the river Varmo, you reach San Vidotto and the old houses built with river rocks and stones; then you meet the street intersection of San Zeno and continue on a dirt road surrounded by the countryside until reaching Gorizzo, in front of the impressing Villa Mels of Colloredo, so beloved by the writer Ippolito Nievo, and the church dating 1400. You can continue toward Gradiscutta, with its church and its namesake canal of water springs, which gave life to the ancient mill quoted by Ippolito Nievo in his novel "The Varmo". At the end, come back to Straccis along a paved road immersed in the green of nature.
In front of the church of Gradiscutta, continue towards Santa Marizza, where you can visit the church dating back to 1400 and the villa "Passat". Through a sliding country road, you reach San Martino, a small village where you can admire Villa Klecher, in which the famous writer Ernest Hemingway, Nobel Prize in literature, was hosted several times in 1948. From here, a picturesque bike path leads you directly to Villa Manin. Come back on the same bike path to San Martino and go on to San Pietro, a small village with a church; then Glaunicco, Gradiscutta and Straccis.