THE GARDENS

Discover the Gardens that are part of the Ligurian Gardens circuit: Villa Durazzo Pallavicini, Villa della Pergola, Villa Durazzo, La Cervara, Villa Serra di Comago and Giardini botanici Hanbury.

Villa Durazzo Pallavicini

Discover the wonder of the scenographic-esoteric park of Villa Durazzo Pallavicini! The Pallavicini Park of Pegli, built between 1840 and 1846 on a project by the architect Michele Canzio, at the behest of the Marquis Ignazio Alessandro Pallavicini, represents an...

Villa della Pergola

"One of the wonders of the Riviera". In this way William Scott defined the Gardens of "Villa della Pergola" in his essay "The Riviera". The Park, restored by architect Paolo Pejrone, covers an area of 22,000 square meters and the guided tour is about an hour and 30...

Villa Durazzo

A large romantic park overlooking the Tigullio Gulf encloses a splendid 17th century villa. The historical park of Villa Durazzo is spread over three hectares in a panoramic location in the city centre. Its origins are due to the Durazzo family, who in the seventeenth...

La Cervara

Where sky and sea meet.   Immersed in the greenery and scents of the Mediterranean vegetation of the mountain of Portofino, the gaze is lost on the horizon here in La Cervara. The first inhabitants of the place were a few Benedictine monks who in 1361 founded a...

Villa Serra di Comago

A slice of England in Liguria. The Villa and its agricultural buildings, dating back to the mid-seventeenth century, are revisited in 1851 in neo-gothic style. The Villa thus acquires a new Tudor style and the 10 hectares are transformed into an English park. The park...

Giardini botanici Hanbury

La Mortola – Ventimiglia. The Hanbury Botanical Gardens, currently managed by the University of Genoa, were founded in 1867 by Thomas Hanbury's dream of creating an acclimatization garden. They extend over the promontory of Capo Mortola over an area of ​​about 18...