Casa della Capra is the project of an artist and a cook who love cycling. At a 1910 house converted into a restaurant and inn, we promote Art, Bicycles and Cooking as a way of exploring the territory. We are located right in front of beautiful Lake Mergozzo, in northern Piemonte, near Val Grande National Park, Ossola Valley, Lake Maggiore and the Borromean Islands. Keep track of our special events by subscribing to our mailing list and following us on social media!
"Che il cibo sia la tua medicina e la medicina il tuo cibo"
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EXPlore the territory
Cycling is the healthiest, most sustainable way to ride around.
We are passionate about cycling and will be thrilled to share that with visitors and guests.
The kitchen is the heart of the house, it's where we share flavours, traditions and knowledge. Our menu is based on healthy, locally produced food to be enjoyed with friends and family. To go along with our convivial food philosophy, we offer a calendar of cooking classes and food tastings with the best of Italian wine.
Challenges between mountains and lakes, experiences with brands, professional assistance and workshops are part of this week dedicated to cycling and triathlon. Perfect for groups and anyone looking for training and knowledge for personal development.
On the Mountain
On the Lake
In the House
With a background in Architecture and a Fine Arts degree awarded in London in 2015, she stands for the idea that everyone is potentially creative. Art workshops and artist residencies are offered in her studio. Her own practice involves processes that resonate with the "slow" philosophy, showing an effort to use local materials and a preference for hand skill. Previous works include ceramics, illustrations, tapestry, videos, performance and collaborative experiments. More recently, her research has been centered on the ideas of place, territory and belonging.
A cook and cyclist. He promotes Bike&Food tours, exploring the landscape through cycling while introducing his customers to the very best of local wine and food producers. His passion for Italian cuisine dates back to childhood, but it was only after he finished a degree in Economics that he attended ICIF (cookery school) in southern Piedmont. Previous experiences include working on the food and beverage sector, hosting a TV cooking show and as a personal chef. Responsible food sourcing and athlete nutrition have been his main focus lately.
12 km from Verbania
15 km from Stresa and Borromean Islands
20 km from Val Grande National Park
22 km from Orta San Giulio
28 km from Domodossola
43 km from Malpensa Airport
45 km from Santa Maria Maggiore
48 km from Locarno, Switzerland
92km from Brig, Switzerland
101 km from Milano (Downtown)
117 km from Linate Airport
151 km from Torino