guided tours Apr‑Oct, times vary depending on port of departure - closed Mon and Sat - booking required
In the 13C, this stunning site, already inhabited during Roman times, was the location of a Franciscan hermitage, later extended by Saint Bernardino of Siena. In 1870, the estate was inherited by the Duke of Ferrari, to whom we owe the impressive Venetian Neogothic palace, before it became the property of the Scipione-Cavazza family. The surrounding garden is planted with lovingly tended indigenous and exotic plants.
Michelin Travel Partner will process your email address in order to manage your subscription to the ViaMichelin newsletter. You may unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link included in the newsletter. Find out more about managing your data and your rights