Villa Tasca in Palermo
Villa Tasca stands in an 8-hectare park full of citrus groves and centuries-old trees. While the Villa has a sixteenth-century layout, the oasis that protects it is one of the most emblematic gardens of nineteenth-century Sicilian Romanticism.
The sinuous shapes of the stone-edged flowerbeds and the luxuriant vegetation of tropical origin mean that once inside you have the feeling of being immersed in a world full of silence and suggestions.
The English lawns allow you to experience the garden even in everyday life with lightness and simplicity. The large and bright interiors are characterized by frescoes and majolica representing rock scenes that give a feeling of serenity and liveliness.
A historic home, a family home, an enchanted garden where Wagner, Goethe and many others loved to spend time. Your stay will be an experience of wine, food, botany and history, where you can also celebrate the important moments of your life.
History of Villa Tasca
The origins of Villa Camastra (later Villa Tasca) date back to the mid-fifteenth century. Located on the edge of the historic center of Palermo, it is one of the most evocative residences in the whole of Sicily.
Immersed in a luxuriant and variegated flora, among palms, almond trees and acacias, it was the first hunting lodge, to be transformed into a holiday residence.