Built in 1760 by the famous architect Ignazio Pellegrini, the Villa is a gem of the late Verona Enlightenment.
The Villa was built over the original structure dated back to the 16th century. The halls decorated in baroque style with beautiful frescos depicte rustic views of holiday life (noteworthy is Francesco Morone’s fresco) .
During the battle of Rivoli, the Villa was home to Napoleone. Luigi Einaudi, president of the Republic and his wife often rested in its rooms during their stay in Verona. The park, garden and halls of the Villa are the perfect setting for shows, cultural events, parties, receptions, fashion shows.
The Villa is set in Castion Veronese near Costermano, between Lake Garda and the slopes of Monte Baldo in Verona province.