Church of San Rocco

A frescoed gem

The church of San Rocco in Volano is really worth visiting. Built in the 15th century, it boasts precious paintings by artists from Verona such as Gaspare Rotaldo and most likely Francesco Verla. The aisle has a series of painting showing the life of Christ and Mary, the arch represents St. George, St. Martin and the crucifixion. Particularly interesting is the apse with the cycles of San Rocco (St. Roch).

Not far from the church by the “Crosera” – the crossroad between the imperial road, via Ponta and via Viate – you can admire a big roadside shrine dedicated to St. Sebastian and St. Roch with an inscription that dates back to 1404.

The Municipality of Volano organizes guided visits to the church on the 3rd Sunday of May when the traditional feast Memoriae is held and on the occasion of the food and wine walk ‘La Magnalonga’ held on the first Sunday in September.

Info and map

Church of San Rocco

Via Roma, 13
38060 Volano (TN)

Opening time

In order to visit the church, we advise to call and book in advance:

– Volano City Hall +39 0464 411250

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