The River Sile Regional Natural Park's "green trail" is an ecological corridor crossing the whole Park from the springs to Portegrandi and accessible to slow mobility (cycling, walking or by boat). The "green trail" not only offers an alternative to the conventional road system, but also represents the backbone of a network linking the main sites of interest to the visitor wanting to know the Park area and discover its features and attractions.
The Girasile celebrates the four "Treasures of the Sile"
1. the "GiraSile" of Taste linking the area's agricultural, fish and rural tourism resources, with particular emphasis on valorising typical local products such as Red Radicchio from Treviso (PGI) and Variegated Radicchio from Castelfranco Veneto (PGI), Pale green radicchio or "Verdon", White Asparagus from Badoere (PGI), the Zero Branco sweet potato, Casatella Trevigiana cheese, the Trout and Sturgeon from the Sile, through promotion, tastings, points of sale and initiatives in "educational farms" and "themed access points" to the Park.
2. the "GiraSile" of Nature, emphasising the natural characteristics of the Park through an "ecological network" consisting of nature reserves such as the Cervara Nature Reserve, relict woodland such as the "Great Wood of the Fontanassi" between Casacorba di Vedelago (TV) and Torreselle di Piombino Dese (PD), naturalised quarries such as those at Carlesso won back by nature and now a precious wetland area, ancient trees such as the "Great Oak of the Springs " and the Casacorba fens and enclosures in the resurgence springs area.
3. the "GiraSile" of Art, linking sites of cultural, architectural, archaeological and industrial archaeological interest such as the historic villas, the archaeological area of Altino, Roman roads such as the Via Claudia Augusta and Via Annia, the votive capitals, the "Cemetery of the Burci", the individual mills, milling establishments and old kilns.
4. the "GiraSile" of Water with navigation and integrated fruition of the river through the interchange of cars, campervans, bicycles and boats, in particular traditional river craft such as the "pantana".