Casa dalla Francesca is a Venetian Villa in the province of Padua. It comprises a manor house and barchessa dating back to the 18th century, as well as a large 20th-century building formerly used as a tobacco drying barn, now open to visitors.
Once an annex of the nearby Villa Correr, today Casa della Francesca, and the 26 hectares of land surrounding it, are devoted to agritourism and organic farming. In Casa dalla Francesca, visitors have the opportunity to experience life in the fields and the ancient peasant traditions of the area.
The estate includes a forest of oaks, walnuts, common hazels, ashes, alders and paulownias, while the fields yield soy, corn, wheat and alfalfa crops. The farm hosts a large number of animals, including sheep, hens, ducks, geese, cattle and donkeys; a fenced-in outdoor area is reserved for rabbits.