Roccabruna Villa was built in the eighteenth century on the shores of Lake Como in the village of Blevio and was later restored by the opera singer Giuditta Pasta.The house was a meeting place for many artists, composers and singers. A frequent visitor was Vincenzo Bellini who, aided by the lake landscape of Moltrasio and Blevio, gave life to his work "Norma", which was first performed by Giuditta Pasta. That opera featured the aria "Casta Diva", which became one of the most famous arias of the nineteenth century. The chronicles report that in 1829 Gaetano Donizetti spent a month in the villa while composing the Opera "Anna Bolena". Roccabruna Villa is now part of CastaDiva, a 5 star luxury resort.