Zevio is an Italian town in the Province of Verona in the Veneto Region, crossed by the Adige river. Its inhabitants are called Zevians. Its territory covers 55 km and has 15.050 inhabitants since the last population census. The population density is 273.4 inhabitants per km2 on the Municipality.
Zevio is located 7 km south east of San Giovanni Lupatoto, the largest city in the vicinity and have seven village: Bosco, Campagnola, Perzacco, Santa mria, Volon, Villabroggia. Located at 31 meters above sea level, the municipality of Zevio has the folowing geographical coordinates 45° 22 ’32’ ‘North, 11°8’14” East.
Historically Zevio is an agricultural country and it’s famous for the production of apples. To visit is the castel of Sagromozo family, from 1868 municipal ownership, beautiful rock and fortification in the province of Verona.