Cadempino is a municipality in Lugano district in Canton of Ticino in Switzerland. Cadempino is first described in 1004 as Cadampinus. Originally, it was owned by the Totondiden family of the Campione de-Italia. In 844, S. The embryoglio monastery was given their land including Cadempino. Until 1004, Koia Cathedral and Abhay from San Pietro in Ciel d'Oro in Pavia also owned the property in the village. The church of SS Gervasio e Protasio was mentioned for the first time in the 14th century.
It was part of the parish of Lemon in 1468 and was raised in 1910 for a Vikirat. The right to grazing rights for Alpine Meadows of Low Travorno and Soft Chickens was originally shared by Cadempino and Lamone. In 1507 the rights of Cadempino were given to Isone. Land and disagreement over shared grazing on the border between Samepiono and Lamon led to disagreement for a long time. Both municipalities fought on their mutual borde.