Lake Como wedding venue Casta Diva

A wedding at Casta Diva is the ideal choice for couples that wish to celebrate their marriage at a secluded, 5 star lake front Resort & Spa that combines historical beauty with contemporary style, providing lush gardens, tranquil, idillic ambience while being a very short drive from Como city. The Resort offers elegant and stylish accommodation options for the bride and groom and their guests.


Location: Blevio
Nearest Airport: Milano Malpensa (MPX) 60 min. drive
Wedding Ceremonies: Civil, symbolic, non-Catholic religions, Catholic blessing
Wedding Receptions: Up to 150 seated guests
Access: By boat (private pier), car, helicopter
Accommodation: 73 rooms (58 of them are suites) and 2 private villas Casta Diva
Music time restrictions: 11:00 pm outdoors (only soft back ground music is allowed unless the Resort is booked in exclusive use), 02:00 am indoors
Fireworks: Can be fired from the lake with a pontoon

A wedding at Casta Diva is prestigious

Casta Diva is an elegant five star luxury Resort & Spa composed of several villas nestled in a lush, perfectly manicured botanical garden with breathtaking lake views.

The heart of the Resort is Villa Roccabruna, a Renaissance mansion built in the 18th Century and home to the opera singer Giuditta Pasta, who inspired the composer Vincenzo Bellini in his greatest work “Norma”.

Casta Diva Resort & Spa perfectly combines the atmosphere of old charm and state-ofthe-art technology and provides an elegant and exclusive environment in which to celebrate an unforgettable Lake Como wedding in a distinctive setting that captures both charm and luxury.

Lake Como wedding ceremonies at Casta Diva

Civil, symbolic, non-Catholic ceremonies and Catholic blessing ceremonies are celebrated outdoors at the Resort's Amphitheater, a romantic and very exclusive lake front setting of unique beauty or indoors in the Impero Hall of Villa Roccabruna, with its splendid decorated ceiling and elegant ambience, enhanced by large windows with splendid lake views.

Lake Como Wedding receptions at Casta Diva

Wedding receptions at Casta Diva Resort & Spa take place al fresco in the lake front garden or in one of the elegant restaurants. The Lawn Area, directly on the lake and next to the historical Villa Roccabruna is the space dedicated to outdoor receptions with up to 150 guests. A marquee is recommended and can be hired on request. Soft background music is allowed outdoors until 11:00 pm. Outdoor loud music is allowed only if the Resort is booked in exclusive use.

The Resort's restaurants L'Orangerie with its beautiful lake front terrace, suitable for events with up to 100 guests and Giardino dei Sapori, shaped as a glass dome and suitable for events with up to 50 guests, are the indoor solutions for wedding celebrations. Time limit for indoor music and dancing at L'Orangerie and Giardino dei Sapori is midnight. The party can continue after midnight with discoteque and bar in the Sala Aida, the Resort's multifunction sound proof space. Time limit for the party in the Sala Aida is 02:00 am.

A spectacular display of Dancing Fountains suspended on the lake and accompanied by classical music, enhances the romantic moment of the cutting of the cake. Guests are fascinated with the exhibition and depart with an everlasting memory.

For guests seeking the ultimate secluded and luxurious experience, two private villas within the resort are available. Villa Norma and Villa Amina both offer outstanding services such as a private dock, private butler and chef service.

Luxurious Spa treatments are available to the Resort's guests.

Please contact us for further information regarding a wedding at Casta Diva.

Casta Diva, historical background

The heart of the resort is Villa Roccabruna, which was once the home of soprano Giuditta Pasta and where the composer Vincenzo Bellini wrote his two most famous works: "La Sonnanbula" and "Norma".

Villa Roccabruna was built in the 18th Century and was later restored by the opera singer Giuditta Pasta. The renovations were carried out between 1827 and 1829 by architect Philip Ferranti.

The villa was a meeting place for many artists, composers and singers. A frequent visitor was Vincenzo Bellini who, aided by the wonderful lake landscape of Moltrasio and Blevio, gave life to his work "Norma", which was first performed by Giuditta Pasta.

The opera featured the aria "Casta Diva", which became one of the most famous arias of the nineteenth century. The chronicles report that in 1829 Gaetano Donizetti spent a month in the villa while composing the Opera "Anna Bolena".

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