For the toponym of Camino al Tagliamento there are two probable origins, one Latin ("chamin", that is to say, chimney) and one Slav ("komin", that is to say, fireplace): this is justified by the many kilns that existed in the area and that were active until the end of last century.
Situated among the courses of the rivers Corno, Varmo and Tagliamento, it has preserved its architectural structures and, by walking along the town's streets, one can see beautiful two-storey palaces belonging to local land owners.
Camino is particularly well-known for its ancient tradition of the organ masters, who are very famous abroad as well.
The hamlet of Glaunicco features some buildings of particular historical and architectural interest, such as the Mill of Glaunicco on the Varmo river, which now houses a restaurant.
The territory also features an interesting cultural itinerary that provides the possibility to admire the environmental and cultural resources described by writer Ippolito Nievo in his works.
Services: Toilet, Bathroom, Heating, Bath or Shower, Hardwood/Parquet floors, Wardrobe/Closet, Garden view
Description: With garden views, this room comes with basic furnishings including a wardrobe, parquet floor and a private bathroom.
Room size: 17 square meters