The village of Véro overlooks the Gravona valley. From here, you can discover the surrounding forest as well as the nearby rivers.
Terraced gardens, grain threshing areas, oil mills, flour mills, coal mines, irrigation canals, an old washhouse, and an old oven are all traces of its intense agricultural activity. The town is characterized by the presence of pipe, terracotta or soap manufacturers, goat, pig, cow breeders, and beekeepers.
The oldest house was, according to the town's records, founded by two brothers who were fleeing the Saracen invasions. They had lost sight of each other and found themselves in Véro.
This house called "casa di paese" made the wealth of this village.