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Between the beautiful city of Verona, the Lessini Mountains and Lake Garda, Valpolicella, from the Latin "Vallis polis cellae" - Valley of the many wineries, confirming that the wine in this land has a long history, has always attracted architects, painters and sculptors who were able to express their creativity here. Nature, art and wine come together in an area where time seems to have stopped.
The landscape of the Valpolicella, mainly hilly, with vineyards planted with pergola, cherries, olive trees, meadows, beech and fir woods and pastures in the valleys that descend from the Lessini Mountains, presents panoramas and historical and artistic remains to be discovered.
Already inhabited in prehistoric eras and known since Roman times as "Village of Arusnati", a mysterious people of Gallo-Celtic origin, Valpolicella offers suggestive itineraries to travel on foot, by bike or car, that will take you to visit the Neanderthal sites. , ancient parishes, like that of San Giorgio Ingannapoltron, the oldest in the province, which houses the only Veronese Lombard monument, a 8th century ciborium, San Floriano, a jewel of Romanesque art, and the beautiful Venetian villas built during the Serenissima Republic of Venice.
The country churches and the Venetian villas contrast with the rural architecture, with the ancient courtyards, the districts, the fountains and the washbasins in raw stone. From the town square, by car or on foot through a short path through the cypress wood, you reach the Sanctuary of the Madonna de la Salette, built in 1864 by the Fumanesi as an ex voto, the church is placed on the hill like a balcony from which can admire a fantastic panorama.
Going towards Molina we arrive at Riparo Solinas, better known as Le Grotte di Fumane, one of the major prehistoric archaeological sites in Europe, a destination of extreme interest to discover the biological and cultural change of human evolution from the Neanderthal Man to the Homo Sapiens.
At Molina you can walk in the medieval village that owes its name to the presence of water mills in the past, and visit the Veraghi Mill, a mill of 1600 still in operation.
From the characteristic village for the stone houses and the roofs covered with limestone slabs, you can visit the Botanical Museum of Lessinia, and then reach the Parco delle Cascate, a naturalistic oasis of 80. 000 square meters, where three paths of different difficulty allow to admire streams, waterfalls and small ponds and enjoy a quiet picnic in the special areas scattered along the route.
For lovers of trekking or mountain biking from Molina you can reach the districts of Mazzurega, Cavalo and Breonio from where it is possible, through marked trails, to climb on Monte Pastello and Pastelletto.