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Built by Inquisitor Onorto Visconti in 1651, the palace was used as a Summer retreat for Visconti and his successors until the Inquisition’s abolition in 1798.
With a setting as delightful as the building itself, the Palace boasts spectacular views of the surrounding woodland, naturally irrigated by a nearby spring. Though simpler in style than many palazzos of the time, with few decorative elements, it is certainly every bit as charming. And with a plain yet eye-catching facade, its own tiny chapel, and truly stunning gardens, the palace is a paragon of untainted rustic beauty.
A highlight of any day out in the country, this rural gem is well worth exploring!
Want to see how Malta’s nobility lived? Head on over to Palazzo Parisio.
Steeped in history and charming too, splendid Verdala Palace is a rural delight!
Gran Castello Historic House
Illustrating the local domestic, rural & traditional ways of life
Up for a house tour like no other? Why not visit a 16th century Palazzo?
Casa Rocca Piccola
Fancy a house tour like no other? Visit Casa Rocca Piccola & prepare to be amazed!
San Anton Palace
Up for a house tour like no other? Why not check out stunning San Anton Palace?