A large and ancient villa, which we know dates from 1174 when, in the reign of Pope Alexander III, it was owned by Gionata, tre provost of the canons of Saint Felix and Saint Fortunato of Aquileia
The villa was the summer residence of Elisa Baciocchi-Bonaparte, the sister of Napoleon, and, on her death, the property at Villa Vicentina was left to her two children, Federico Napoleone and Napoleone Elisa.
The villa is situated in open countryside, far from the noise of the city but, at the same time, it's eithin easy reach of Aquileia, Grado and the surrounding tourist attractions.
Recent reconstruction has maintained the rural character of the villa, at the same time providing every modern comfort. The large breakfast and living-room area is spacious and comfortable, featuring the traditional "fogolar" (farmhouse hearth). The ten bedrooms, equipped in the "country style", are all en suite, and are provided with satellite TV.