From 4 October to 3 November, the Combai Chestnut Festival in 2013 will liven up the province with a fascinating fusion of Treviso events and flavours of autumn. Three weeks to discover the delights of Combai chestnuts (awarded the IGP for one of the most popular food festivals in Italy in Veneto in autumn!If you find yourself in the area of Combai, the chestnut festival in Treviso is an event not to be missed! Added in the full calendar of autumn events in Treviso 2013 - the long series of Veneto food festivals scheduled for the autumn - the Festa dei marroni Combai IGP of Miane will allow you to get in touch with the splendid Treviso Alps, an area that combines many historical and artistic treasures and landscapes of rare beauty.The area of the Combai chestnuts includes 11 municipalities in the Mountain Community of the Treviso Alps (Province of Treviso). In addition to the characteristic centre of Combai, the sagra castagna will give you the opportunity to discover the beautiful area of Treviso Hills: ancient buildings such as the Cistercian Abbey of Follina, the sanctuary of the Madonna del Carmine in Miane, Castelbrando in Cison of Valmarino and the ancient church of San Pietro di Feletto are intertwined with beautiful trails deep into the chestnut trees woods or between the vineyards of Prosecco.The Combai sagra della castagna has quickly become one of the most famous wine and food Treviso, Italy events. The chestnut festival in Italy 2013 offers the opportunity to sample the tasty delights of autumn directly in the place of production.The festa dei marroni combai di miane will also offer the possibility to take part in sport amongst the beautiful autumn colours of the chestnut trees with: Ricciolando - a non-competitive mountain biking event, Nordic walking - a 6 km path to the source of 'La Rota'; and Marronando - a non competitive walk of 6 or 12 km.Among the Veneto food specialities and wine events, the sagra dei marroni Combai promises as always to be one of the best chestnut festivals in Italy in Treviso. A fascinating mix of taste, tradition and nature for over sixty years has attracted thousands of visitors. Handicrafts, shows, themed menus, walks through the chestnut woods, educational workshops and numerous side events bring to life the atmosphere and traditions of the past. The chestnut festival in Italy 2013 in Combai offers a complete range of products based on chestnuts, and roasted chestnuts in the characteristic 'rostidore' both as an ingredient in desserts, beers, jams and other unique specialties.Do not miss one of the tastiest Veneto food festivals: from 4 October to 3 November 2013 Combai celebrates its famous IGP chestnuts!