When you enter Ca' Flavia we want you to feel home, even though you are in a unique city in the world. The living room is comfortable and finished up to it most little detail. The natural light enters the house through tall windows and the Made in Italy lustres will give an absolute pleasure to your staying. A double sofa bed and a satellitar LED television will add confort to your holiday.
We realized the kitchen combining Made in Italy furniture with the most recent technologies available on the market and so creating an environment equipped with induction hub, dishwasher, traditional and microwave oven and fridge with freezing cell. Particular dishes will give more charm to your lanches and dinners.
Ca' Flavia has two bedrooms: the double room has a double bed, realized by expert hands, and since it is made of painted oak wood it will give a well deserved and exclusive rest to your holiday. The smaller room has a vivid geometry and offers tw comfortable single beds: one in plain view and one built-in in a original and self-made piece of furniture. By looking up you will notice, in both rooms, ancient and original wooden beams recovered during the restoration.
A lot of focus went int designing, manufacturing and assembling the shower. Equipped with an original play of LED lights, the chromotherapy will make your shower extremely relaxing and pleasant. Particular bathroom fixtures and fittings, tempered glass shelfs and the back lighted mirror complete the furniture of the bathroom.
In the past many venetian buildings used to have ground floor storage rooms, places for storing fishing instruments. Also, many shops and companies used to have instruments ans tools in these rooms. After the increase of the sea tides and since a lot of activities moved to the hinterland for logistic reasons, many of these storage rooms where abandoned. Thanks to the most advanced construction tecniques Ca' Flavia has been created from an old decaying deposit for construction materials and it has trasformed in a home with every modern comfort. Some of the old pieces were kept, such as the original wooden beams, pieces of walls and columns but also the old chimney which is now a bookshelf.
Expert hands added then the final touch, realizing by hand the beautiful floor called "terrazo alla veneziana" (i.e. "venetian terrace") which is an ancient tecnique typical of the venetian history.
"In Venice you always fell in love. For a strange alchemy, we all are better". Ca' Flavia comes from the deep love Flavia has always had for Venice. After a long time and with the fundamental help of her family members, Flavia realized one of her dreams: having a piece of heart in Venice, the city of a thousand reflections, the city that produces extraordinary emotions, the city that lives on the water, the most unique city in the world.
Claudio, Flavia, Marco e Barbara patiently cooperated with the various companies and operators in order to build Ca' Flavia. Everyone of us contribuited in its own way to the construction of this home so that this home resulted for the turist to be a jewel inside the jewel.
Santa Maria Formosa's Church
Santa Maria Formosa is a church in Venice, northern Italy. It was erected in 1492 under the design by Renaissance architect Mauro Codussi. It lies on the site of a former church dating from the 7th century, which, according to tradition, was one of the eight founded by San Magno, bishop of Oderzo.
Palazzo Querini Stampalia
Situated in the sestieri of Castello, on the left bank of the Grand Canal, it includes famous paintings as a self- portrait and Adam and Eve by Palma the Younger, a Sacra Conversazione by Palma the Elder and a Madonna and Child by Bernardo Strozzi.
Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo
One of the largest churches in the city, it has the status of a minor basilica. After the 15th century the funeral services of all of Venice's doges were held here, and twenty-five doges are buried in the church.
San Francesco della Vigna's Church
Along with Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, this is one of two Franciscan churches in Venice. The site, originally a vineyard (Vigna), was donated by Marco Ziani in 1253 for construction of the monastery. A tiny chapel already on the site recalled the spot where an angel supposedly had pronounced Pax tibi Evangelista meus.. to the shipwrecked apostle St. Mark, patron of Venice.
Ca' Flavia's Tour- Coming soon
She loves Venice and she greets our new guests.
He followed the restore works firsthand and he deals with the structure correct functioning.
Graduated in Robotics, Systems and Control. His role is to take care of the electrical stuff and of the online promotion.
To get to Ca' Flavia from the airport you can use the blue line of Alilaguna boats, getting of at "Fondamenta Nove" stop. Then, follow the directions of this link.
After getting off at "Fondamenta Nove" stop, turn left following the sea until you reach the hospital. After that, turn right and you will reach Campo ss. Giovanni e Paolo. Continuing on Barbaria delle Tole you will find a green kiosk and, on your right, you will see Calle del primo Brusá. You can find a map of Venice and a public transportation map at the information office at the airport.
Use the line number 2 of the vaporetto with direction "Rialto-San Marco" and get off at "Rialto" stop. Be careful not to mistake the vaporetto direction! After that, follow directions for the Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo (or Hospital) and, then, continue straight through the square onto Barbaria delle Tole, until you find a green kiosk. You will find Calle del primo Brusá on your right.
Use the line 5.2 of the vaporetto and get off at "Ospedale" stop. Most of the times we will meet our guests here. To get to Ca' Flavia, walk along the lagoon up until Calle Cappuccine Castello and, turning right, you will soon reach a small square. Turn right into Calle del Cafetier and continuing straight you will find a green kiosk and, just after it on the left, you will see Calle del primo Brusá.
Be equipped with a public transportation map and a city map, you can easiy download them from the links down here. We are very flexible with the check-in times but we need to know the expected arrival time in advance: this way we'll be happy to wait for you at the taxi or bus boat stop to welcome you. After 08:00 PM there are limited public transportations and the last Alilaguna boat from the airport leaves at 00:30.
Very beautiful and comfortable.
You did a wonderful job with this restoration, you realized a fabulous apartment.