The Province of Verona is situated in southwestern Veneto, close to the eastern bank of Lake Garda; renowned for the beauty of its landscape, Lake Garda is green, pretty hills, and beaches large and small.
This wonderful setting is complemented by tiny borgoes with typical, colored houses and magnificent villas, emblem of an old and gracious prosperity.
The Verona area boasts numerous buildings of artistic and historic value: castles, towers, hermitages, monasteries, sanctuaries, and old Romanesque parishes.
In its northernmost parts is Lessinia, with its Regional Park and Monte Baldo to indicate the passage from the plains of the Po Valley to the Alpines: a charming scenery fit for hiking and excursions through the beechwoods, grasslands, olive groves, vineyards and orchards.
It is the reason that Monte Baldo is also known as Hortus Europae, Garden of Italy and Europe.
In the Province’s heart is Valpolicella, land of history and flavors where, in addition to its numerous historic villas, the wine tradition is the distinguishing factor.
This area produces exquisite, world-famous wines using special and unique Italian techniques.
Further to the south, the Basso Veronese area is a world of its own, with its slow rhythms, silent places, and changing colors; it offers a distinct way of life that welcomes the visitor with open arms.