The History 


Villa Cavarzerani is a Venetian villa situated in the countryside on the border between the provinces of Treviso and Pordenone, not far from beach resorts on the Adriatic sea or from the Dolomite mountains. It was built in 15th century as a shooting lodge for the Counts of Porcia and Brugnera, it was then expanded in the 18th century. It seems that in the past Napoleon and General Radetzky stayed here. Nowadays the western wing of the house is reserved for guests who like to spend pleasant holidays in the Villa. The eastern wing, separated from the rest of the house by a big central hall with a beautiful staircase and frescos in neo-classic style, is the home of the Cavarzerani family. The Villa is surrounded by a vast garden. Within the premises of the Villa there is a small chapel where religious ceremonies can be celebrated.





There are tennis courts, a swimming-pool, golf courses and cycle tracks in the neighbourhood. And if you do not like travelling a lot, you can relax in the large garden. As the villa is situated in the village centre, shops, supermarkets and utilities are nearby. 

There is the possibility to have a cook for meals.





Visiting the Villa and its historical gardens


Individual visitors and groups

All year round

Booking required

Entrance ticket

Entrance fee: free entrance

Architectural barriers

Partly inaccessible



Villa Cavarzerani, 5 rooms catering for 12 people


Restaurant services


On request, with outside catering, max 60 seats.



ADDRESS: Via Terraglio 1 , Gaiarine (TV)

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