Quiet flat walk, suitable for handicapped people.
It starts from the parking lot of the Caprino Veronese cemetery, from here you take the cycle path that runs along the south side of the cemetery enclosure
The route runs alongside the 13th century Romanesque church of the Holy Sepulcher, which went through a series of vicissitudes but which is now quite well preserved. Originally it housed the sculptural cycle of the “Lamentation over the Dead Christ” important work now exhibited in the museum of Palazzo Carlotti in Caprino.
View from the Ceredello cycle path
The cycle path leads to Ceredello: a small hamlet, once autonomous and today a fraction of the Municipality of Caprino Veronese. Its presence is attested at least from the mid-twelfth century, when at the end of the century the considerable properties that the Chapter of the cathedral of Verona had in place began to be documented. From the route you have a broad view of the plain of Caprino Veronese which delimits the ridge of Monte Baldo to the south, visible to the north. Mount Belpo.
The route reaches the Ceredello playground and from here you go back to reach the starting point.