Grabbia holiday farm is based
in the homonymous hamlet of S.Giovanni Bianco, in the
Brembana Valley, along the track of the ancient Via
Mercatorum, in the Bergamo area.
It is a XV century small village, which was built on
top of a hill, surrounded by the Sornadello, Cancervo
and Venturosa mountaintops.
The name is said to originate
from the German word Gra-ben, which literally
because there should be a burial place in the nearby
Here the painter
Carlo Ceresa (1609-1679), one of the most prolific XVII-century
artists of the Bergamo area was born.
In the XVII century, there used to be the Zignoni, local
squires and great iron workers who represented the driving
force of the local economy for the first half of the
S. Giovanni Bianco (BG)
From 1st January 2011.
Open at lunch and dinner:
- from Wednesday to Friday - booking requested;
- Saturday and Sunday - booking suggested.
Closed Monday and Tuesday.
No automated banking and credit card payment services