Sutrio is a small village on the slopes of Mount Zoncolan. Known for its woodworking tradition, the locality is becoming an increasingly sought-after tourist destination thanks to the strategic position in which it stands. Just a few minutes from the ski slopes during the winter period, a destination for many cyclists during the summer attracted by the 'mythical' Zoncolan climb. A few kilometres by car and you can reach the nearby 'Terme di Arta' spa, where you can relax and rediscover the pleasure of calm and tranquillity. In Sutrio there are also important cultural and food and wine events that attract many tourists both from the region and from neighbouring Veneto, Slovenia and Austria. Very well known is the Teno nativity scene, a miniature reproduction of the village created over more than 30 years of work by master wood carver Gaudenzio Straulino. Over time, the crib has become a major tourist attraction that attracts many visitors to Sutrio every year.