Located in northern Italy, in the Veneto region, Valpolicella is a splendid hilly area located a few kilometers from the famous art city of Verona, a UNESCO heritage site, enclosed between Valdadige, Baldo and Lessinia and the Veronese plain in two steps from Lake Garda.
In addition to enjoying an excellent climate, this area offers incomparable natural beauty: in fact, you can admire splendid landscapes that are divided between the green of the vineyards and the architectural and naturalistic beauties present. A rich and generous territory that represents an example of how history, cultural heritage, wines, typical products and the careful work of man can produce something unique.
Thanks to its geographical position, the mild climate and the morphology of the territory, Valpolicella has for centuries been dedicated almost exclusively to the cultivation of vines as well as to the processing of marble. Valpolicella is a territory that gives rise to some of the most famous Italian DOC red wines: Valpolicella, Valpolicella Superiore and Ripasso, the sweet Recioto and the very famous Amarone.
Valpolicella is a hilly area near Verona famous for its vineyards and Verona’s red marble. Staying in Valpolicella is an excellent idea because you can enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the countryside just a few kilometers from the city, the Verona Arena, Lake Garda and the Baldo and Lessinia mountains. Villa Moron is the new three-star hotel in the heart of Valpolicella, an oasis of peace and relaxation. Here you can spend wonderful moments in the hills: visit the wine cellars of the area where Amarone, Recioto and Valpolicella wine is produced for pleasant tastings, go cycling through the dirt roads in the middle of the vineyards, visit important historical testimonies such as the Pieve di S. Giorgio in Valpolicella from the Lombard period and the Pieve di San Floriano from the 12th century.
Lessinia and Monte Baldo
Villa Moron is located in a strategic area close to the Lessini Mountains and Monte Baldo. In these areas it is possible to go for walks and practice many sports. From skiing in winter to mountain biking, horseback riding, trekking, canyoning, climbing.
The territory of Lessinia is characterized by a vast and very articulated plateau, furrowed by numerous canyon valleys (called vajo) and with gentle grassy peaks that, due to the great tectonic fault, fall into the deep valley of Ronchi with fearsome rocky structures to the north.
A part of the Lessinia area constitutes the Lessinia Regional Natural Park.
Il Baldo is a long chain of over 40 km. which extends between the provinces of Trento and Verona in a north-east south-west direction to separate two large valleys which, shaped by the Quaternary glaciers, gave rise to Lake Garda and the Val d’Adige.
Monte Baldo, located on the southern edge of the Alps, is a territory rich in very different environments: from the sub-Mediterranean ones, on the shores of Lake Garda, to the alpine ones, above 2200 meters of altitude. On this mountain of about 300 square kilometers, a thousand times smaller than the whole of Italy, half of all Italian orchid species and 2,085 different species of butterflies are known, 40% of those reported in our country.
Verona is a splendid city of art located near Lake Garda and the Baldo and Lessind mountains. It is famous for its works of art and for the Shakespearean masterpiece, Romeo and Juliet. Roman remains, medieval vestiges, Venetian remains and Austrian footprints alternate in ancient palaces, squares, bridges and marvelous churches, all to be discovered. In the historic center you can visit Piazza Brà and the Arena, Piazza Erbe and Piazza dei Signori, Via Cappello and Corso Porta Borsari give way to the Roman Theater, Ponte Pietra, Castelvecchio and the historic churches of Sant’Anastasia, the Duomo and San Zeno.
From Villa Moron it is possible to reach the historic center of Verona in ten minutes by car. The hotel is available to customers for restaurant reservations and tourist guides, as well as tickets for the opera season at the Arena and for concerts.
Lago di Garda
Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake with an area of about 370 km². It lies at the foot of the Alpine slope in the Prealps area, between the provinces of Brescia, Verona and Trento. Three regions overlook it: Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino The brightness of the environment, the sweetness of the climate, a rich vegetation, consisting mainly of olive trees, palm trees, cypresses, lemons, oleanders and oranges, together with the grandeur of the landscapes, which are the background to the interesting historical and cultural testimonies scattered throughout its territory, certainly make it the most attractive of the Italian lakes. The main places to visit, on the Veronese shore, are Peschiera, Lazise,
Bardolino, Garda, Torri del Benaco, Pai, Castelletto di Brenzone, Malcesine. Each location has its particularities, its historical beauties. All fascinating and unique places.
Numerous sports to practice on Lake Garda: windsurfing, sailing, kitesurfing, mountain biking, golf, horse riding, scuba diving, trekking, canyoning, climbing.
Verona is the city of love, rich in history, culture and food and wine traditions.
Come and discover true beauty.