The tiny little village of Terres is located at 593 m a.s.l. at the right riverside of the Tresenga river
The small village of Terres has about 300 inhabitants and is located between the villages of Cunevo and Flavon, western of the known Noce river. The village is nestled in orchards and woods and famous for the cultivation of Golden Delicious, Renetta and Red Stark apples.
Worth seeing is the parish church dedicated to the Apostles Philip and Jacob, built in 1828 and the little ancient Romanesque St. George Church which was built around 1000 AD. In 1550 it was restored and some Gothic details were added. Especially the apsis with the frescoes which date back to 1400 is very interesting. A real showpiece!
Terres is also the start of the 2.4 km long cycle and pedestrian tunnel that crosses the mountain and leads to the Val di Tovel valley with its famous alpine lake and the spectacular Glare area (average temperature in the tunnel: +10°C; before crossing, it is important to check the conditions and the instructions to be followed).