Villa Durazzo, Santa Margherita Ligure
Historic Building and Museum in Santa Margherita Ligure
Villa Durazzo-Centurione, nestled within a single expansive complex featuring two villas, a castle, and a splendid seventeenth-century park adorned with an Italian-style garden and meandering paths made of traditional Ligurian cobblestones known as “risseu,” stands as a symbol of pride for the city of Santa Margherita.
This grand villa holds a distinguished place within the town, embodying its rich history and cultural heritage. Notably, it encompasses the Vittorio Giovanni Rossi Museum, dedicated to the renowned writer, as well as the opulent prince’s apartments and the Bellometti Collection.
The villa’s allure is further enhanced by its exquisite seventeenth-century frescoes, which offer a glimpse into the past and captivate visitors with their beauty and historical significance. As a testament to the villa’s cultural importance, it stands as a cornerstone of Santa Margherita’s identity, preserving the legacy of the region and offering a remarkable experience to those who explore its grandeur.
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Visiting Villa Durazzo, Santa Margherita Ligure
Daily 9.00-13.00 & 14.00-17.00