The name refers to the presence of an ancient bridge over the River Piave. It is a municipality in the province of Treviso, which extends along the River Piave, divided between the main centre and four districts. The main center, full of interesting historical and artistic buildings, offers the opportunity to enjoy the surrounding nature, with visits to the nearby the woods that surround some springs or cycling trails along the banks of the River Piave. The area has an agricultural vocation, but is also dedicated to the handicraft and industrial activities.
The area was inhabited since ancient times evidenced by the presence of the remains of Paleovenitian populations. The first permanent settlement of some importance was built in Roman times and the town developed thanks to its proximity of Via Postojna that allowed the safe and quick transportation of people and goods. The town expanded during the Middle Ages around an ancient church. These lands soon became a production area of primary importance, and devoted mainly to the successful cultivation of vines. The growth of the activities, accompanied by the cultural aspects, was helped by the presence of the Monastery and its monks. Ponte di Piave was destroyed during the fighting during the First World War.
- the XI century Church of St. Boniface in Levada that features a façade with a gable roof with blind arches, which are also found on the sides and a circular window placed just above the portal. It propose a single nave plan and is flanked at the rear by a Bell Tower, animated by the similar arches that are featured on the façade. The belfry is interrupted by a large arched window on top of a drum and a spire;
- the Church of St. Nicholas, built in the XVII century, is in neo-Classical style and is enriched with four half-columns with eye-catching box shaped bases and capitals. On the portal of high linearity is a fanlight and a pediment on top is adorned by a tympanum;
- the XV century Oratory of Our Borgo Sottotreviso;
- the House of Culture of Goffredo Parise;
- Villa Wiel Zambon Spilimbergo;
- Villa Wiel Tommaseo Ponzetta;
- Villa Giustiniani Rechsteiner;
- Villa Zeno Soranzo Rossi;
- Villa Segato Uzzielli.