Pove del Grappa is a town of about 3130 inhabitants and is located in Veneto, in the province of Vicenza.

The territory stretches from elevation 100 up to elevation 1529 m.a.s.l. (meters above sea level) in fact, it can be divided into three distinct geographic belts according to altitude: lowland zone, mid-coast zone and mountain zone.

The three areas, although different from each other, are marked by a mild climate, a mainly sunny landscape, and pleasant and enticing scenery.

Although not very large, Pove manages to offer a considerable amount of monuments, places of interest such as the Church of St. Bartholomew, nature trails, sports and recreational facilities, and truly valuableagriculture.

The oil

Exemplary is the oil production . Indeed, the olive tree has become a symbol of the town, and the extra virgin olive oil produced is of renowned quality not only locally but also nationally and across borders.

The olive tree in Pove del Grappa has not only been a symbol of the village since ancient times, but also a source of high-quality extra virgin olive oil. Pove, with over 20,000 olive trees, is known as the"Conca degli Olivi" and is part of the "Oil Cities of Italy." The special climate and fertile soils at the foot of Mount Grappa contribute to the production of an oil with Protected Designation of Origin, characterized by low acidity, greenish-gold color and fruity aroma.

Land of Chisels

In the history of Pove, stone and marble have been of vital importance. The skills of stonemasons shaped stone, producing a wide range of elements used for domestic, architectural and ornamental purposes. Numerous families, such as the Andolfatto and Bosa families, ran artisan workshops and also contributed to works of artistic significance in famous places such as Venice and Bassano del Grappa. Although the tradition has been downsized over time, some workshops continue to keep craftsmanship and creativity alive. The town has established the Municipal Stonemasonry Museum, dedicated to one of its most distinguished sculptors, where tools, drawings and sculptures are on display, as well as a workshop to promote the art of stonemasonry.