Local products and manufacturers


The encounter between the Slavic, Saxon, and Latin ethnic groups is not only geographical but also cultural, historical, and gastronomic; many dishes have extra-territorial significance, finding representation in the culinary traditions of Carinthia, Slovenia, and Friuli.



Goulash, frico and polenta, game ragout, barley dishes (orzotto with herbs, barley and bean soup), lard-based mince, cured meats and cheeses that encapsulate the scents of the meadows and pastures of our mountains.

And finally strudel, plum dumplings, Christmas cookies, reindling (in Austrian dialect) or schartl (in Slovenian dialect) and tarts with small fruits (raspberries, blueberries and blackberries).

Carnic, Carinthian, and Mediterranean cuisine achieve balances and nuances in Valcanale, representing a hard-to-match choice of flavors and details.

Traditions, therefore, are not mixed in an indecipherable offer, but are enhanced for each of their own characteristics.



The local products of the Tarvisio area have intense flavors and genuine ingredients.

 These include dairy products, mostly made from cow's milk, eggs from free-range hens, organic dog, organic productions of fruit and vegetables, honey, preserves and jams, sausages and cold cuts.

Among all of them, the most renowned product is definitely Montasio, a large, cooked, semi-hard cow's milk cheese, named after the mountainous massif in our wonderful Julian Alps.