Bartolomeo Facio (c. 1400 – 1457) was an Italian historian, writer and humanist.
Facio was born into a wealthy family of La Spezia, Liguria. He studied in Verona, Florence and Genoa and was a notary in Lucca and Genoa. In 1445 he moved to Naples at the service of King Alfonso V of Aragon as secretary and official historian.
His works include De viris illustribus (1456), De rebus gestis ab Alphonso I Neapolitanorum rege libri X (1448-1445), De bello veneto clodiano (published in 1568) and the moral treatises De humanae vitae felicitate and De excellentia ac praestantia hominis.
He died at Naples in 1457.