Villa Mila is in the heart of a highly suggestive rural setting comprised of the ample plains of the ‘Great Veronesi Valleys’ which are just in the middle of the two largest Italian rivers: The Adige and the Po.
Here the three regions of Veneto, Lombardy and Emilia Romagna come together, offering attractions of great cultural, artistic and environmental interest.
Tourist itineraries include visits to places of artistic, historical or gastronomic interest, tours in natural landscapes (the mouth of the river Po, the Lake Garda and the Prealps are nearby) and day and evening excursions. From end of June to end of August the world famous Arena Opera season offers in Verona unique musical events.
Main Sites of Interest
Homeland of Romeo and Juliet, with its celebrated summer Opera season at the Roman Arena.
Famous for the Renaissance palaces of the Gonzaga dukes and for the masterpieces of Mantegna and Giulio Romano.
Another capital of the Italian Renaissance under the dynasty of the Dukes of Este, of which it preserves precious memories.
The city of Andrea Palladio, who has created the most beautiful “Venetian Villas” in the surroundings.
The city of Saint Anthony and its Basilica preserves one of Giotto’s most famous pictorial cycles. Here the University of Padua was founded in 1222: one of the most prominent universities in early modern Europe, among the earliest universities of the world and the second oldest in Italy. The ancient botanical garden has been recently renovated and extended and preserves a great number of exotic essences
Unique city in the world, it is only a little further away and still visitable on the same day.
Lago di Garda – Lake of Garda
With its natural beauties and the most famous entertainment parks in Italy.
The Polesine and the Delta of the Po river
Rich in a unique bird life in our country, it is also viable for water. Interesting archeological sites tell stories about the ancient “Venetkens” populations and their relations with other ancient civilizations.
In the Immediate Surroundings
The nearby Legnago (Verona), birthplace of Antonio Salieri, Mozart’s competing contemporary musician, Montagnana (Padua) with its intact medieval walls, Monselice (Padua), Este (Padua), Badia Polesine (Rovigo) and Lendinara (Rovigo) are not so known towns, but also rich of highly valuable artistic and historical testimonies.
Within the whole area you can find and visit a great number of Venetian Villas of the regional celebrated tradition.
Guests can easily reach tennis courts, horse riding rigs and even four 18 holes golf courses.