It is the territory that hosts the very famous Ponte di Veja, known by all and admired even by Dante Alighieri;
it is the place of the depths and abysses of the Spluga della Preta;
breathtaking views from the top of the Corno d'Aquilio;
of the history contained and detailed in the Paleontological and Prehistoric Museum and in the Forte Monte Tesoro.
It is also one of the most inhabited municipalities of Lessinia: Sant'Anna d'Alfaedo, located in the north-western part of the highland, in the province of Verona, 939 meters above sea level.
Its economic prosperity is based primarily on the stone trade, while it once flourished through agriculture and livestock.
The particular stone unites the houses and districts of this territory, enriched by fountains, historic churches and small and cosy mountain farms.