It seems like you are living in a fairy tale but it is all quite real: in a setting like a thousand and one nights, overlooking the romantic Lake Orta, among Arabesque arches and tall minarets you can savour Neapolitan cuisine that is radiant, innovative and exciting. From South to North, Antonino Cannavacciuolo involves his guests on a journey of taste that embraces Naples and Piedmont. His fine cuisine seals his love for his wife Cinzia: it’s intense and passionate, but enriched with firmness and tenacity acquired from over the Alps in the school of the “three-starred” masters. The manual and conceptual skills of this hugely popular chef never cease to surprise: they express the harmonious fusion between past and present, memories of homemade flavours blended with playful experiments in aesthetics and technique. A popular legend has it that underground passages and tunnels connect the cellars of the Villa with the Island of San Giulio and the Tower of Buccione; what is certain is that wine-lovers will willingly lose themselves among the many luxurious labels.