The Covered Roof Terrace

The Covered Roof Terrace It is a sort of lookout terrace, covered by a chestnut wood roof lying on pillars, from which the view of the landscape can spread overt a 360 angle. The access may be either from the “Peonia” small external landing or up an old internal wooden staircase from the Chapel landing. […]

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The Gazebo

The Gazebo Placed around the huge Holm-oak at the center of the garden, surrounded by yew-trees, laurels, magnolias, and a calycanthus, it may give shelter to some 160 persons sitting comfortably around very inviting tables. In the evenings, parties may take place at the “round shaped garden” circled by 12 cypresses , a round flowerbed […]

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The Chapel

The Chapel The news of the most remote chapel St. John dating to 1552. As is apparent from documents in fact unreliable, in that year the area was already known by this name because of the presence of the chapel dedicated to St. John in fact. “In 1552, tells G. Morocco, at the request of […]

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The Park Garden

The Park Garden The park-garden of Villa St. Giò, populated from ancient oaks and from other ancient trees and a magnificent pluri-secular huge Holm-oak, preserve intact the characteristics of the ancient sketch. But also introduces one ruffled aspect of his and some wild; partly because the gardener, August Maggiorani doesn’t succeed to star behind the […]

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Pool and Spa

Pool and Spa It is ample, comfortable, easily attainable from all the apartments and nevertheless reserved and leans out on a magnificent panorama that physically regenerates and internally!

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The Terrace

The Terrace The terrace overhangs the swimming pool and opens on a marvelous scenery. With the Gazebo, it entertains according to the seasons, anniversaries and birthdays as well as the tastings and the parties of Villa San Giò.

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