The Museum

Visit the Villaggio San Paolo Museum, housed in the historic Radaelli Battery in Cavallino-Treporti.
This World War I fortified complex preserves valuable relics, pictures, and videos of the era.
Along the Via dei Forti, you can discover the historical-military heritage of the area and enjoy spectacular views of the Adriatic Sea and the Venice Lagoon.

THE MUSEUM OF THE VILLAGGIO SAN PAOLO

The Batteria Radaelli

Batteria Radaelli is an important historical site located in the town of Cavallino-Treporti. This fortified complex dating back to World War I was part of the Italian coastal defense system.

Nowadays, Batteria Radaelli houses the Villaggio San Paolo Museum and hosts an extensive collection of photographs, videos and memorabilia from the period. Through the exhibits and activities offered by the museum, visitors can immerse themselves in history and better understand the strategic importance of Batteria Radaelli during the conflicts of the 20th century.

The history of the Batteria Radaelli

A path through history that brings together the beautiful surrounding lagoon landscape and offers a valuable testimony in our Resort. Among the many amenities offered is the opportunity to dine in a truly unique place: our museum. Here, guests can enjoy dishes inspired by World War I, immersed in the history and culture of the era.

Dinner at the museum offers a unique dining experience, with dishes prepared with fresh and selected ingredients, accompanied by a wide selection of wines. In addition, the charm of the museum and its evocative atmosphere create an unforgettable experience for everyone who stays to have dine here (discover the magic of a museum dinner).

The Via dei Forti

The Via dei Forti in Cavallino-Treporti is a museum route created to enhance the historical-military heritage of the area. Once an important front during World War I, today it offers splendid views of the Adriatic Sea and the Venice lagoon. The Via dei Forti is confirmed as an ideal destination for lovers of history, nature, and local culture.

Arte e storia prendono vita
Passato che racconta storie senza parole
Arte antica che incanta gli occhi
Storia e cultura in esposizione artistica