Roverè Veronese is one of the municipalities located in the middle of the Lessinia highland, 843 meters above sea level, in the province of Verona and with its three fractions occupies an area of 36.47 square kilometres.
Going up from Verona, where the landscape of Lessinia opens up in all its entirety and beauty, you come to the first and largest hamlet, San Rocco di Piegara, which gives way, after a few kilometres, to San Vitale in Arco, and to its Church overlooking the small and welcoming square.
The "highest" of the three is San Francesco, a small village whose main buildings are located near the large tree of the square, always a symbol of the place
The Municipality boasts important points of interest all waiting to be discovered.
There is the option to take an underground excursion to discover the beauty of the Cave of Mount Capriolo, study the works that have made history in the Modest Huts or in the Mills of Cantero, admire paintings in the first Museum of the Forest or stop to pray in the parish churches of Roverè, San Rocco, San Vitale and San Francesco.
For lovers of excursions (to do alone or accompanied), there are also many paths that can be taken to discover the districts and the meadows which, with their animals and traditions, constitute an important reality of the area. There are also many restaurants and events that take place here, to discover and taste some of the typical food and wine products of the area including the Mushroom Festival in Roverè Veronese, in September, and the traditional Chestnut Festival of San Rocco, an important event that takes place in October.
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