A few steps from the Palazzina farmhouse, stands the imposing complex of Ca 'Pesaro; both buildings date back to the 16th century and are part of a rural urbanization project started by the Venetian nobles who in that period reached the Polesine hinterland along the White Canal and allocated their summer residences. So many villas of wealthy Venetian families were born, of which Ca 'Pesaro is an excellent example.
The building still shows the typical structure of the rural courtyards of the past, with a wide courtyard on which overlook the main villa and the Barchessa with its wide arches and the overhanging barn. Ca 'Pesaro, which belonged to the Dolfin family for many years, of which it still bears the coat of arms on the entrance gate, is now owned by the Mioni family, owners of the Palazzina farm that will be happy to show you all the charm of ancient Court of Ca 'Pesaro.
Cà Pesaro, thanks to its charm and Renaissance structure has been the set of some films over the years including the most important works by Ivan Zuccon in the 2000s, including Bad Brain, Ninpha e La casa sfuggita