The first part of the town's name derives from the Lombard word "fara" (dispatch), while the second part was added in the second half of the XIX century and is the name of a nearby district and a river that runs through the area, whose name comes from the Latin person's name Solius or Sulla.
Municipality in the province of Treviso, at the foot of a chain of hills, in a flat area washed by the river Soligo, the city's economy is based on agriculture, mainly to the cultivation of vines, which produce a very good Prosecco.
The discovery of relics from the Neolithic Ages attest the presence of prehistoric settlements in the area. There are also several traces of Roman colonization: in addition to the remains of tombs, in the nearby passes the Via Claudia Augusta Altinate. After the Fall of the Roman Empire, the area was overwhelmed by the Lombards, who in 568 A.D., under the guidance of Alboino, crossed the Julian Alps. Between the XII and XIV centuries the fief was granted to the Caminesi and to the Collalto. Without submitting major damage from the attacks of the troops led by Ezzelino Romano, the castle was badly damaged by order of Treviso, in 1319, in retaliation against Guecello Da Camino, who had granted to the Dalla Scala, the domain of Soligo and other castles in the area. During the first half of the XV century the town was attacked and plundered by the Hungarian troops. It then submitted the domain of the Serenissima Republic of Venice until the advent of Napoleon in the XVI century.
- the Church of San Vigilio in the district of Col San Martino, built in the XII century on the top of a hill, overlooking the valley below, whose original structure was without an apse and a bell tower. In the XV century the building was enlarged and enriched with frescoes and in the XVI century were added the apse and the sturdy Romanesque Bell Tower with small mullioned windows and a huge clock. It features a single nave plan with wooden trusses and frescoes;
- the Church of San Lorenzo, quoted in an act of the early XIII century, is located in a panoramic position not far from the Castle of Credazzo. In the second half of the XVI century it was renovated and expanded. The complex is flanked by a XIII century Bell Tower, rebuilt in the late XIX century;
- the small Church of San Gallo, located on a hill top;
- the Church of Santa Maria Nova, inside which are preserved valuable XIV century frescoes;
- the Church of Our Lady of Broi;
- the Church of Santo Stefano;
- the Oratory of San Tiziano;
- the Towers of Credazzo, represent what remains of the castle which belonged to the Collalto. The structure was probably built on the ruins of earlier buildings and expanded in the XIII century. These two towers are joined together by a fortified wall;
- the XIX century Villa De Toffoli Canel in Col San Martino, which features a façade decorated with frescoes;
- the XVIII century Villa Della Rovere Paccanoni located in the district of Col San Martino;
- the XVIII century Villa De Toffoli Minuto Rizzo in the district of Soligo;
- the monumental XVIII century Villa Caragiani-Ricci;
- the XVIII century Villa Soligo Brandolini in the district of Soligo;
- Casa Callegari with its XVI century porch;
- the XVI century Villa Savoini;
- Palazzo Vedovati.