The territory of Caprino Veronese, which covers a surface area of 48 square kilometres possesses a highly varied landscape.
The south-east you'll find a gently undulating landscape, dotted with vine-yards and a patchwork of fields, with small towns scattered here and there - an ideal setting for walks or bike rides. To the north, the landscape transforms itself into an alpine one, with Monte Baldo and the mountain paths winding upwards to summer pastures and the typical "malghe".
At a height of 900m above sea-level, you'll find Spiazzi, a natural balcony overlooking the Adige Valley and Lake Garda, surrounded by small towns which have preserved their medieval atmosphere. From Spiazzi, you can procede to the famous shrine of Our Lady of the Crown (Madonna della Corona), clinging to the mountain-side and now a famous pilgrimage site.
Visit the section "History & Heritage" to discover what to see in Caprino Veronese.