Villa Ca’ Conti at Granze is an historical complex dating back to the 16th century. This country house, built on an ancient Benedictine site, became a property of the Conti’s family, who turned it into their hunting lodge and summer house, until the Marquises Rusconi Camerini made it their family house. The villa is a charming place, surrounded by a marvelous romantic Italian-style park with centuries-old trees and embellished by statues. The opposite side of the Villa is framed by a beautiful “barchessa”, an open barn decorated by a porch which acts a perfect background landscape. The lands of the family farm surround the whole complex.