This is a real treasure trove of the customs and traditions of the noble families of the Val di Non between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Campia is situated in the centre of Revò, a short distance from the main square. Featuring an airy loggia and a lateral turret, embellished by a sundial dating back to 1671, the prestigious building is an elegant Late Renaissance residence.
It was probably built during the 1660s, as proved by an ancient engraving on the arch of the northern entrance. For more than two centuries it belonged to the Maffei, an ancient family of Tuscan origin, who had been transferred to Revò for a certain period.
While the name of the building appears to come from the Campi family of Cles with whom the Maffei were connected via marriage.
The villa’s interior is rich in historic and artistic heritage.
In particular, there is a large, refined blue-painted tiled stove, dating to 1753 and crafted by the Sfruz workshop, which is decorated with allegories of the twelve months alternated with caryatids in the lower part, as well as allegories of the four continents that were known at the time, in the upper part.
Passing through several rooms that are entirely covered with wood, you come across a space called “vòut de fer” in the local dialect, which owes its name to the reinforced door you still see today that protected the family treasure.
Recently purchased and restored by the Municipality of Revò, Casa Campia can now be visited and hosts important cultural events. Open in summer.