In the heart of the Dolomites and a few kilometers from Belluno is Villa di Modolo (Villa Miari-Fulcis), a beautiful
residence built in the seventeenth century by the Miari, counts by decree of Emperor Sigismund since 1412.
The size and current appearance of the villa dates back to 1806, when a major renovation leads to the main facade
being turned. Thanks to these interventions Villa Modolo becomes one of the largest villas in the province of Belluno and one of the most beautiful examples of Venetian villa in the Alpine area.
After the dramatic years of the First World War in which the villa was used as a field hospital by the Germans and then by the Italians,numerous restoration works were undertaken, along with several cutting-edge activities related to agriculture and livestock.
Today the family keeps developing the villa connecting it with activities related to tourism, art, catering and agricultural experimentation.