Salzano and surroundings

Is in Salzano an inland town in the Adriatic almost barycentric position from Venice (24 Km), Padua (29 km) and Treviso (Km 24).
A small town with more than 12 thousand inhabitants, has an history of agricultural prosperity, emphasized in the various villas built at the time of the Venetian Republic. The most important is the Romanin Jacur Villa, now the Town Hall, of eighteenth-century architecture surrounded by an English park of nearly five acres, with lush vegetation and ponds; on the back of the villa in the second half of the nineteenth century a textile mill was built, which will become a historical museum of silk production.

Salzano has two major churches: the archpriest one of St. Bartholomew, with a museum dedicated to St. Pius X, Pope from 1903 to 1914, who exercised his mission here for seven years, and the parish of Robegano, with the rank of sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of Grace.

Of note also the natural reserve "Lycaena," which includes a body of water surrounded by an attractive environment for flora and fauna, open from March to October. The Palatini Thermal Center is located at the end of the great Roman land to the north-east of Padua, the so-called "graticolato" marking the territory over two thousand years with square mesh still largely visible and well preserved.

Salzano is also part of the area of ​​Mirano, the so-called "land of Tiepolo" along with the municipalities of Martellago, Mirano, Noale, Santa Maria di Sala, and is located a few kilometers from the beauties of the Riviera del Brenta.

These are the words describing Salzano by the magazine Thermal water of the Veneto, in a nice article introducing readers to the characteristics of the charming resort and the Palatini Spa Center.