The oldest house is Ca’ Rabiato, identified in ancient maps as Ca’ Vecchia; it has been reported by the Filiasi chronicles, who said that during the War of Chioggia between Genoa and Venice (1378-1381), the lagoon city was close pincer; Chioggia was destroyed in the south and in the north were burned both Lio Maggiore and Lio Piccolo. In Lio Piccolo stood a small church and a house: Ca’ Vecchia.
The Ballarin, said Rabiato, arrived in Lio Piccolo, from San Pietro in Volta, in 1797 with the fall of the Serenissima after their home in Santa Maria del Mar, in the port mouth of Alberoni, with adjoining handling fish factory , it was requisitioned by the Napoleonic troops.
Since then Ca’ Vecchia was always inhabited by Ballarin, and in 2010 the whole block has been completely renovated.
The part of the Armando Ballarin house is to the south-west by the fireplace in the face-to valesana original exposed brick.
Ground floor: dining room, kitchen with typical fogher to valesana and bathroom;
First floor: One double bedroom, one single bedroom and bathroom on the floor. Original marble staircase;
Second floor: A double bedroom and bathroom on the floor.
- Single room: € 40,00 per night;
- Double room: € 70,00 per night;
- Full house (for up to 6 people): € 200,00 per night.
The prices include linen and kitchen use.
PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE THE TOURIST TAX OF 0,60 € PER PERSON PER NIGHT