Cà Della Fumana is a brand new apartment in an ancient drying room for the grapes of the Amarone della Vapolicella, finely restored in 2019, immersed in the tranquility of the valley, a meeting point between the city of Verona, Lake Garda and Lessinia.
Located behind Fumane at the foot of Monte Rivoli under the spectacular and picturesque Sanctuary of the Madonna de la Salette which is a fantastic panoramic balcony overlooking the Valpolicella vineyards, it is the ideal place to recover energy.
Its particular position makes it suitable both for a holiday of absolute relaxation and cultural tourism, thanks to the convenience with which you can reach the main tourist destinations of Veneto, such as Verona, Lake Garda, Venice, Treviso and Trentino.
For lovers of walking and cycling there are paths surrounded by greenery.
For lovers of good food and good wine there are numerous food and wine tours with wine tastings; the owners in love with their territory offer themselves to suggest tasting routes.
The house consists of a main area where the owners live and an independent area reserved for guests.
The apartment has two bedrooms each with two seats, one with a double bed; the other one with two single beds that I can become double, then there is a beautiful living room with a large double sofa bed.
There is also an open plan kitchen / living area equipped with oven, fridge, dishwasher, sofa and satellite TV.
The rooms have air conditioning, independent heating and free internet.
The apartment has a laundry room with a washing machine, an ironing board and a drying rack.
It is possible to have several outdoor parking spaces available on the property, which can be accessed through a motorized gate.
The property also has an outdoor equipped park and barbecue, umbrella, table and chairs to eat.
The town of Fumane is located a few kilometers from one of the best hospitals in the province of Verona, the Negrar hospital, which can be reached in 20 minutes.
Leisure activities: in the area there are two riding schools, several paths and paths for mountain bikes or for walkers.
In the village there are several restaurants and farmhouses.
For those who love good wine since we are in the center of the historic Valpolicella there are a hundred wineries offering tastings and guided tours.
Places to visit: Verona can be reached in 25 minutes as well as Lake Garda and its theme parks such as Gardaland and Il Caneva World, in 20 minutes you can also reach the Pastrengo safari zoo and in 10 minutes you can spend an afternoon of relaxation at the Aquardens Spa, which are the largest in Europe.
In about twenty minutes you reach Verona airport.
For mountain lovers in about an hour and a half you can be in the Dolomites.
At 10 minutes from the property, there are also the famous Molina Waterfalls that attract more than 80,000 tourists every year. The peculiarity of this area is the wealth of water, thanks to the existence of perennial springs located north of the town of Molina. In addition to the sparkling waterfalls, the park also offers the visitor a landscape marked by woods and meadows, frequently interrupted by streams and water streams that combine the sweetness of the green, in the infinite variety of vegetation, with the gray of rocky spurs.
A summary of the low mountain landscape can be found in the Park, where paths and itineraries now offer visitors the serene solemnity of a foaming water cascade, now the expanse of multicolored flowers between a forest and a cliff, now the gorge inhabited by a swirling stream.
Also beautiful to see is also the Tibetan Bridge, a classic work of engineering suspended on ropes between opposite shores, is the first such realization in Veneto and also among the rarities in our country, and connects the Marano di Valpolicella path system with that of Sant'Anna d'Alfaedo.
Then we also find nearby the Fumane Caves which testify to the uninterrupted presence of the Neanderthal Man and then of Homo sapiens sapiens from about 80 thousand to 25 thousand years ago. Finally, but no less interesting, the Ponte di Veja, probably visited since before the last glaciation by a colony of skilled workers of flint artefacts, arrows, points, needles, leaves us astonished that those prehistoric men (perhaps Neanderthals) traded their precious material for half of Europe, up to the Baltic Sea in present-day Poland, by way of the Amber, or to the French end.