Exceptional Historical Palazzo
The Italian opulence in Lake Como
This Amazing Venue was built in the 16th Century and owned by a textile businessman Michele Canepa.
In the 17th Century the residence was redesigned by Marco Gallio who created the magnificent Italian garden with beautiful fountains and statues.
The Villa has been also the house of the Cardinal Durini which hosted the frivolous society of that time.
Indoor you can admire spectacular Baroque frescoes created by Recchi brothers, along with the walls painted by Torricelli.
It is also possible to see the canals that the Cardinal ordered to built in order to divert the flow of the waters.
The Villa has been recently renovated by the French designer Jacques Garcia and itï¿½s one of the biggest property around the Lake with a private access to the lake, 2 swimming pools and a guest house. It has 6 luxury suites in the main building and other 4 rooms in another House close the Villa.
This elegant Venue is the perfect solution for an unforgettable Event!