Vineyards and bicycle paths, flowering gardens and a Mediterranean climate. Lakes on one side and mountains on the other. Nestling in a fascinating morainic amphitheatre formed by the great glaciation that involved the Alps, Rivoli Veronese is in a special location, at the end of the Adige Valley, the gateway to the Po Valley plain and the Mediterranean basin. It is a geographic position that has marked the historical rhythm of this small village of little more than 2,000 inhabitants 25 kilometres from Verona.
Where the wind reigns. The night wind, that becomes stronger in the early hours of the morning due to the rise temperature, is called the Pelèr, finding a natural funnel along the Adige Valley. In the mornings of high pressure it can reach a wind speed of up to 14 metres per second. The same wind that, in addition to giving life to the wind farm, has made Lake Garda famous for many sailors and surfers.