Lake Garda's Finest Point


Towering over the lake and with a mountainous backdrop stage for your best wedding moments

A neoclassical palace sitting near the banks of Lake Garda, known for an atmosphere recalling feelings of ancient glamour. This resplendent villa and its adjacent fortress tower are certainly an enviable place for couples wanting to go home with a sensational wedding shoot.

The nature wrapped around the property is a wild mix of cypresses, pines and olive trees

With a past as a private residence until the mid '70s, the venue was later transformed into a small luxury hotel. 5 beautiful suites with lake views, two of which still retain the original 1930s furnishings. The residence is equipped with a lovely garden full of delicious scents where you can relax, sunbathe, have lunch or swim in the warm waters of Lake Garda.


Event options for your day

There is a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces to choose from for your wedding event here. Featuring extended, perfectly manicured gardens with panoramic views on the lake, and refined salons decorated with Venetian stained glass and classy details in fine materials. The internal catering will ensure your reception is up to the Italian prime quality, with recipes that combine traditional dishes from the local food culture and innovative cooking techniques, right for every palate.

Symbolic ceremonies can be arranged directly on the grounds, while civil and catholic weddings can be celebrated in the nearest municipal districts.


  • 5 elegant suites
  • ideal for about 150 guests
  • 1 hour away from Verona airport
  • private parking available
  • dog friendly

Postcard views

Feelings of gratitude will come naturally when you reach this suggestive location. Lago di Garda, the largest lake in Italy attracts visitors from all over the world for a series of cheerful reasons. The list doesn't stop at the few logical clichés. Charming town piazzas where one can sit and just soak in the atmosphere full of Italian symbols, medieval architecture speaking of centuries of fiery battles and fairy princesses, the delicious fluff of gelato, cobblestone streets ending in romantic harbor scenes, ...

A step further will take you into deeper layers of its history, where you'll find out the personal stories of the former residents of this magical land, of the famous ones who came on a summer visit to feel recharged and inspired. You'll also see the hard labour of farmers growing lemon gardens with such dedication that it became a source of great wealth for the coastal economy.

Good to know:

  • 4 km > Salò
  • 33 km > Malcesine
  • 35 km > Sirmione
  • 40 km > Riva del Garda
  • 40 km > Brescia
  • 70 km > Verona
  • 125 km > Milan
  • 192 km > Bologna
Recreational activities

Dolce vita on the lake

The sweetest way to enjoy the lake is from the lake. Sit with your loved one at the pier for a small breakfast, book a boat for a day, swim in the bays around the Isola del Garda or commit to a good tan in one of the more discreet coves along the banks. If you have any energy left, the golden hour deservesproper lakeside time, perhaps even more enjoyable if you order an Aperol Spritz at the bar in the sociable town of Salò.

Fans of culture will love to visit the opulent residence of the very controversial, and very known Italian poet Gabriele D'annunzio, an incredible architectural compound of multiple buildings, inside streets, theaters, gardens, waterways, boats and cars. In the eccentric gardens, summer concerts of international performers of the likes of Patti Smith and Paolo Conte delight the audience with sounds of the water serving as a soft, melodic base.

Keep busy with:

  • excursions in the medieval towns of Lake Garda
  • canoeing around the lake
  • horse riding on the mountain trails 
  • water ski with your friends
  • biking along the lake banks
  • sailing at sunset