Location: Asolo, Veneto, Italy
Sleeping capacity (max.): 14
Wedding capacity (max.): 120
Venue price: Price on enquiry
Venue type: Manor House
Ceremony type: Symbolic
Features: Pool, Panoramic View, Chapel, Kitchen, Italian Garden, Piano, Swimming Pool, BBQ
Nearest airport: Sant'Angelo Airport, Treviso (36 km)
Our Reference: V00326
Situated on a hill with a beautiful panoramic view under the Rocca of the medieval city of Asolo, this Italian villa near Venice was built in 1696 by Cardinal Rubini, the grandson of Alessandro VIII. From here you can enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding plains, where on a clear day you can see the Euganei hills and Venice.
Asolo is the pearl of the Veneto region and “the city of a hundred horizons” as poet Giosuè Carducci described.
A charming place situated amongst the sweet hills and a destination for poets and writers, artists and travellers. By visiting this medieval town one can really experience its history and culture. You can also enjoy the typical dishes of the region. This Italian villa fro weddings near Venice is protected by an ancient wall made of stones and bricks. Most tourists fall in love with the large park that surrounds the venue.
The property is surrounded by greeneries, including many typical trees that will constantly remind you that you’re in the most romantic place on Earth. Enjoy the view of the cypresses, olive trees, pittosporum, olea fragrance, and many other flowers, especially the beautiful and ancient climbing rose that over spring time creates a pleasant scent.
There are four main buildings in this villa for elopements and weddings near Venice. They are the main villa, the chapel which is the most ancient sanctuary made for honouring the Virgin Mary, and two wings: the Venetian barchesse, that were initially the barns and stables. Now, these Venetian barchesse have been built into residences.
There are two lounging areas, one near the rose garden path and the other outside the front villa. On the east side of the villa there is a large panoramic terrace near the chapel, covered by an ancient wisteria where you can eat while enjoying a unique view on the hills of Asolo.
Another unique beauty of this Italian villa near Venice is the “stucchi” that enrich the walls and ceilings in the most sophisticated late Baroque movements. These precious decorations seem to embroider the walls and ceilings.
A nice fruit tree lined path leads to the panoramic swimming pool equipped with sun beds and changing room. Next to the swimming pool there is a sheltered area with a full equipped kitchenette, a barbecue, a fridge and a large dining table.
Having examined Il Galero personally, planners from Peach Perfect Weddings included it in the venue options for our couples who want to get married in Italy.