Surrounded by woods, at the edge of the Lomaso Plain, Castel Campo rises, a gorgeous complex with two cylindrical turrets.
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Due to its protected position and thanks to the vicinity to the connecting roads in the valley, Castel Campo could have been a place of refuge originally. What is certain is that since 1190 it was the seat of the powerful Campo family. In the course of years, Castel Campo was enlarged for several times. Partly the castle was changed greatly, so that the character of a fortress is almost missing today. At the beginning of the 20th century, Campo Castle was converted into a romantic villa.
The architectural gem also offers special rooms inside with neo-Gothic style features. In 1922 Castel Campo was bought by the Rasini family from Milan, who still owns the castle today.
The castle is accessible by guided tour.