Established along a Roman road, Flavon looks back on a long and animated history.
This little village is located on an old Roman connecting road with Val d’Adige. In the times of the Flavon, as also the souvereigns’ family was called, the village represented an imperial feud.
One of the main buildings is the parish church, dedicated to S. Giovanni Battista. This church is characterised by a beautiful Renaissance portal and a Gothic steeple. Inside there are frescos, probably by Angelo Baschenis, illustrating scenes of S. Giovanni Battista’s life.
Another interesting building is Flavon Castle, which was in possession of various families of former times. Unfortunately only few hidden remainings are left.