Villa Tiepolo Passi is a 17th century villa built in Carbonera, near Treviso, following the style of Vincenzo Scamozzi. It was commissioned by one of the twelve ancient venetian families that in 697 d.C. elected the first Doge in Venice.
The visit guided by the owner or by his staff will let you discover rooms, works of art and even habits linked to the history of the Serenissima Republic, living an authentic experience of “Life in the Villa”.
The park and the historic landscape, the Barchesse, the main floor , the chapel and the stables will show you what was the “ Culture of the villa“ when life was shaped by the work in the fields, the holiday delights, the combination of beauty and activity, the profound sense of community and the common destiny which tied the noble and the ordinary people.
In the afternoon, driving a few kilometers towards San Biagio di Callalta, you’ll reach Villa Fioravanti Onesti, designed by Baldassarre Longhena in the 17th century.
It’s the story of a villa that “isn’t there”. It was built when a military leader decided to change his life and to dedicate to cultivate the land, it was later destroyed by a terrible fire during the napoleonic age.
The surviving Barchesse, the ancient cellars and the sundial tower have been beautifully restored and today they host the winery that was born in the meantime, generation after generation.
You’ll visit the property guided by the owner or by his staff and you’ll taste their wines sensing their passion and their care for this territory.