Historic parks and gardens - Central Italy

The grounds and parklands that have been selected here are historical corners of Italy that have been officially denominated “Historic Parks and Gardens” by the Ministry of Culture.

They include true gems of natural beauty, located in the vicinity of our very own Historical Residences, and are home to large varieties of trees and examples of unique locations that have known how to skilfully master the art of preserving and developing the specific characteristics of the local area.

Borgo Seghetti Panichi (Marche)
Casa Lajolo
Castello di Belgiojoso
Castello di Fumone (Lazio)
Castello di Mandela
Castello di Mirandolo
Castello di Tabiano 
Castello Ruspoli (Lazio)
Villa De Claricini Dornpacher 
Giardino di Ninfa (Lazio)
Giardino Giusti
Giardino Valsanzibio 
Orto Botanico Corsini (Tuscany)
Palazzo Aurusicchio 
Palazzo Cellamare 
Palazzo La Marmora
Palazzo Pfanner (Tuscany)
Villa Bell'Aspetto (Lazio)
Villa Corsi Salvitati (Tuscany)
Villa da Passano 
Villa da Schio
Villa di Maser
Villa Doria Lamba
Villa e Palazzo Castiglioni (Marche)
Villa e Palazzo di Camugliano 
Villa Farina
Villa Fassia
Villa Gamberaia
Villa Le Corti (Tuscany)
Villa Maffei Sigurtà
Villa Meli Lupi
Villa Miralfiore (Marche)
Villa Pianciani (Umbria)
Villa Pisani Scalabrin 
Villa Rizzardi - Giardino di Pojega
Villa Tasca
Villa Tiepolo Passi
Vila Tonni Averoldi 
Villa Valmarana ai Nani

houses Historic parks and gardens - Central Italy

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Villa Santa Maria al Poggio

Since the second half of the nineteenth century, Villa Santa Maria al Poggio has been radiating beauty and elegance. A historic residence, a little gem built on a hill for all lovers of culture, the sea, and refinement

Palazzo Vinci Gigliucci

Palazzo Vinci Gigliucci is located in Fermo, next to the main town square. Built in the seventeenth century following the coalition of two noble local families, the Vincis and the Gigliuccis, it was enriched by the skillful renovation of the famous architect Giovan Battista Carducci in the second half of the nineteenth century. It is one of the most important noble palaces of the region for both its architecture and décor. The palace is self-sufficient with a typical palatial layout: it has stables, cellars, storage rooms, large rooms used as kitchens and pantries and small work-shops for utility on both the ground and mezzanine floors. On the second floor there is the piano nobile, the rooms are richly decorated with frescoes based on drawings by the painters Luigi Fontana, Palmaroli and the master Luigi Cochetti. A large part of this outstanding building – a unique and unrepeatable example of beauty in the whole region – has been carefully restored and converted into luxury apartments. It is hard to find an example of restoration that encompasses so many different settings: old working areas and the piano nobile have been properly and coherently brought back to life: rustic rooms were finely restored, whilst the larger ones reveal a closer philological accuracy. Each wall, even those in the originally areas, shines by virtue of an accurate design: taste of symmetry and frontality predominate. Palazzo Vinci Gigliucci looks like a rediscovered jewel to be kept for the future and for every forthcoming guest.

Borgo Storico Seghetti Panichi

Tenuta di Camugliano

Camugliano is one of the most important estates in Tuscany, and today the Tenuta still represents an example of one of those very rare places where every element has been preserved and handed down with an eye to continuity and passion.

Villa Gamberaia

Castel di Luco

Castel di Luco's medieval structure in virtually unchanged by the time and is immersed in the evocative tranquility of the wood all around, guaranteeing the simple beauty of rural life