The Cordevigo Villa is an 18th century Venetian villa, nowadays the location of a five star hotel, Villa Cordevigo Wine Relais, and the Michelin star restaurant, Ristorante Oseleta.
The Villa, built on an older Renaissance palace, is surrounded by a vast agricultural estate where grape vines and olive trees thrive on the hills of Cavaion Veronese, in the hinterland of Lake Garda, a few kilometres away from the city of Verona.
For centuries the Cordevigo Villa has belonged to many different noble families.
The present owners, the wine producing entrepreneurs Delibori and Cristoforetti, began an ambitious renovation project in 2002 that lasted a few years and transformed this Venetian villa into an elegant hotel with 23 luxury rooms, swimming pool and spa, whilst not disturbing the original charm.
One of the peculiarities of the Cordevigo Villa is a gentilitial chapel dedicated to Saint Martin, in which an extraordinary collection of more than three thousand relics of saints is kept, a treasure collected by the Bishop Marcantonio Lombardo and catalogued in 1780.