Villa Boschi is a Venetian Villa immersed in the countryside of Isola della Scala, a small village near Verona, and set among rice fields, sunk fences and ancient rural courts.
It was built in the 18th century by the Murari Brà family, an ancient lineage of Counts and notaries who monitored their large estate from the Villa. Villa Boschi reflects the typical architecture of the ancient Venetian tradition.
The main body of the palace, with its frescoed halls, opens on an immense internal courtyard and is framed by two barchesse with arched porticoes.
A graceful baroque chapel is found in the large park.
Not far from the Villa, it is possible to visit the earliest extant rice mill (pila da riso) for rise husking dating back to 1612 restaurant and accomodation on the premises.
Villa Boschi is now owned by the Dal Colle family and often hosts prestigious events.
The elegant apartments for guests are located in a recently restored rural building next to the Villa.