Your ultimate holiday experience awaits!

In the heart of Canavese, surrounded by nature, the luxury of living in simplicity.

MyVilla, with its beautiful garden and orchards faces the charming village of Palazzo Canavese and is surrounded by nature, a beautiful Piemontese landscape of woods and vineyards.

In the 1890’s, MyVilla was a well-known mill and farm devoted to vineyards and fruit and vegetable production. The villa was left abandoned in the early 20th century. In the early 90’s, we purchased the property and began the restoration process with the hope of sharing nature and relaxation with guests from all over the world.

Then, in the last few years, a nice swimming pool was added to provide a new experience which complements the natural surroundings of our residence.

Every season is a joy for us. Every holiday, annual or special event throughout the year is unique for you and us.


Getting There


MyVilla in located in the charming and green Canavese area, in the Piedmont region, which always stands out as an extraordinary discovery for those who decide to get off the fast track. Easy to reach from Milan and Turin, it is about 8 kilometers from the beautiful city of Ivrea, a UNESCO heritage site, on the Morainic Amphitheater of Ivrea.

MyVilla is situated in Palazzo Canavese, a remote village on the green Serra, the longest moraine in Europe, on the path of the Alpine vineyards of Piedmont which, in the Canavese area, runs between Carema, Caluso and Piverone. The view stretches from the plain, which welcomes Lake Viverone and the Castle of Masino, to the Valchiusella, dominated by a crest of mountains 3. whose silhouette resembles that of a sleeping woman, the Sleeping Beauty.

From Milan:
Exit the highway in Santhià and follow the direction for Cavaglià and Lake Viverone. Once you reach Roppolo, enjoy the spectacular view of Lake Viverone on your left side. 4. Then pass Piverone and head into Palazzo, going straight until you pass the traffic light. Turn right at the roundabout and enter the village. Keep straight uphill, passing a little square, Piazza Olivetti, and follow Regione Mulini. Then, cross a little road and drive 100 meters uphill until you see a Virgin Mary shrine. The village will be on your right. You can see an anthracite wrought iron gate and, not far, a charming waterfall on the property.

From Turin:
Exit the highway in Ivrea and follow the directions for Lake Viverone or Santhià. Just outside Ivrea, continue passing the villages of Burolo and Bollengo. Once you reach Palazzo, turn left at the roundabout, and enter the village. Keep straight uphill.

From Turin and Milan:
Another option could be to exit the highway in Albiano d’Ivrea and follow the direction for Bollengo turning left. Once you reach Bollengo, at the stop, turn right to Lake Viverone or Santhià. The first village will be Palazzo. Finally, turn left at the roundabout and enter the village.