Resort ON LAKE COMO Luxury hotel & Private villas

The ultimate romantic experience on Lake Como, the place to be for a true 5-star vacation.
CastaDiva Resort & Spa is a property of excellence and exclusivity, perfect for a romantic weekend or a week of vacation in one of the most beautiful and charming lakes of the World.
With its unbeatable sceneries, understated luxury and unregulated beauty, Guests will enjoy a rare sense of magnificent that will be discovered in every single minute of their stay on Lake Como
CastaDiva is the first and only eco-friendly Resort on Lake Como, built adopting solutions that fully respect the environment and meet the highest standards of eco-sustainability: each building fulfills the most stringent environmental criteria, in harmony with the natural setting that surrounds it. Special solutions, make the Resort truly unique, such as the use of power instead of methane for installations, the productions of clean energy through a heat exchanger by drawing water from the Lake or adjustable air conditioning system in each suite and residential suite room.

Private Villas on Lake Como


For those seeking the ultimate Lake Como experience we offer our Guests two magnificent Villas located within the grounds of the Resort. All facilities and services are available while conserving the privacy and exclusivity that only a private villa can offer. Villa Norma and Villa Amina  are available for short term tenancies with services ranging from private housekeeping, on call butler and chef to cater every whim.

Lake Como

Where magic meets reality

Lake Como is surrounded by beautiful villas, gardens and resort villages as well as hiking paths and its popular for boat trips and water activities. Lake Como, a popular destination since Roman times, is a top romantic travel destination and a great spot for photography.

Giuditta Pasta & Lake Como

The most famous opera singer of the XX Century

In the early 19th century, Villa Roccabruna  was known as "Casino Ribiere" from the name of its owner, Madame Ribier, an eccentric dressmaker from Paris.

Later, Giuditta Pasta bought the villa in 1827 with the first money she earned as a singer, and renamed it to Villa Roda.