A thousand years of work and prayers to build and keep, to grow and hold twenty years of emotions and passion, to host your happiest moments.
First it was Santa Maria delle Vigne, a small Medieval country church, in the time of the feudal Giudicati kingdoms. The Vittorini monks turned it into a convent devoted to prayer and agricultural labour. Later, in the XVII century, the Scolopi Fathers consecrated it to Saint Joseph Calasanz.
In the XIX century it became the property of the family who still owns it today and for more than a century it was still devoted to farming activities a the gates of Cagliari, until the city expanded and engulfed it.
More than twenty years ago, after a careful and loving restoration, it was reborn as a place to welcome, meet and celebrate.
From that moment it has hosted the happiest moment of many people: weddings, baptisms, parties for a special anniversary or to celebrate an important professional success.
Convent, after all, comes from the Latin convenire: that is, to gather.