San Salvatore Castle is a castle wedding venue located in Venice, Italy. This late medieval fortification stands proudly, nestled between the Prosecco hills of the Veneto region. The property is situated near Venice and the Dolomites, allowing guests to gain easy access via the airports located in both Venice and Treviso. Romantic vineyards surround the castle, offering delicious wines and fine cuisine. Here, you and your guests can experience an occasion that is uniquely Italian, boasting cultural delights and outstanding hospitality.
Facilities and Capacity
San Salvatore Castle is exclusively yours when booking it for a wedding event. There are no set time limits or required actions. The castle has a maximum capacity of approximately 700 people, providing open-air and indoor event spaces. Fantastic elements that span through the ages embellish the property, offering an opulent setting for elegant and magnificent occasions.
Modern comforts are infused with this medieval structure, presenting the best of both worlds to you and your guests. There are facilities for disabled guests and specialized assistance for all who book at the estate. They work with luxurious vendors, providing only the best for their clients.
San Salvatore Castle was erected between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, becoming the family home of the Collalto family. The hamlet hosted farmers and craftsmen, helping the settlement thrive for many years. The power of the Collalto family was exercised for generations, ruling the lands with unquestionable authority. During the Middle Ages, San Salvatore Castle blossomed with the arts, providing a stage for many musicians, poets, painters, and writers. In 1599, the Tournament of the Barrier took place within the castle's fabled walls, embedding it into history and boosting its fame. In 1762, young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart held his first concert at the Collalto Palace, placing further importance on the family and their domain. In the twentieth century, the First World War saw the destruction of the castle. Restorations took place, prompting the reopening of the grounds in 2003. Today, San Salvatore Castle can be enjoyed by visitors near and far as it exuding all the grandeur that centuries of history has bestowed upon the property. Princess Isabella Collalto is looking forward to welcoming you with all honours.