Capriana is the smallest and most decentralized municipality of Val di Fiemme and it includes also the villages Maso Bait, Carbonare, Rover, Maso Lio, Maso Casel and Maso Cao de Villa. The first settlement was probably Carbonare, so called because of the production of coal from oak wood. Privileged destination for nature and tranquility lovers, the village is near the vineyards of Val di Cembra, the most ancient ones of Trentino, and it is located in the Monte Corno Natural Park. Following the European path E5 you can reach Prati del Toro, Lago Bianco (1,675 m) and Lago Nero (1,717 m), up to the top of Monte Corno (1,815 m). The town is only 15 kilometers away from Cavalese, the main town of Val di Fiemme, and therefore from the Alpe Cermis ski lifts.
In Capriana was born, lived and died Maria Domenica Lazzeri "L'Addolorata", for whom a process of beatification is in progress. Her old mill, which is still working, has been transformed into a small museum. To visit in the village also the church dedicated to Saints Bartholomew and Lazarus of 1216 and the pretty church of Carbonare.