Relais Villa Giulia in Fano
In the heart of the Marche region, Villa Giulia is a Napoleonic residence that naturally offers the rediscovery of real emotions.
The unique feeling of living at home in intact historical settings, the peace and joy conveyed by the sight of the sea and the rolling hills and the innate courtesy of an ancient Italian family will remain with you forever!
All suites and rooms are furnished with original period furniture and have a private bathroom. The farmhouses in the park have been wisely restorative, keeping their charm intact.
The secular park offers many suggestive corners where to stop and the guests have at their disposal the whole residence, the frescoed halls and the living rooms with family memories.
A path through the olive trees leads to the panoramic swimming pool.
The restaurant is located in the marvelous Orangerie of the villa, overlooking the sea and is surrounded by cultivations of aromatic herbs and organic vegetables that are the basis of a healthy cooking that makes use of local products and offers dishes of the sea, hills and vegetable garden.
Villa Giulia is the ideal starting point for trips to the art cities of the Marche, Umbria and Emilia Romagna, while the surrounding countryside is dotted with small intact medieval villages to be discovered. Our region also offers the extraordinary possibility of passing in a few minutes from the sea to the Apennines, crossing wonderful landscapes.
The history of the Relais Villa Giulia
The first owner was Eugenio de Beauharnais, stepson of Napoleon and Viceroy of Italy. In 1850 the estate was bought by Count Ferri, Governor of the city of Perugia.
A project to enlarge the villa built by the architect Giuseppe Ferroni from Senigallia dates back to this period; considered one of the most important architects of the region.
The definitive structure of the Villa dates back to 1892 and was commissioned by Giulia Ferri, daughter of Count Carlo Ferri and wife of the Baron and Senator of the Kingdom Giulio de Rolland.
Giulia, a woman of great personality and intelligence, was an intimate friend of Queen Margherita of Savoy, with whom she shared a passion for mountaineering. Giulia de Rolland was the first woman to climb Mont Blanc.
Later the property was inherited by Giulia's nephew, the Marquess Maria Pia Tacoli of San Possidonio, who made it her summer residence.
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Inside the property are present 12 rooms e 5 apartments.
Places of interest nearby
Urbino, Pesaro, Gradara Castle, Fano, Ancona, Metauro valley, Conero and Gola del Furlo natural parks, Carpegna, Urbania, San Leo, San Marino, Gubbio