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Castello dal Pozzo (Oleggio Castello)
British art experts recently defined its architecture as one of the purest Tudor reinterpretations of the Victorian era: and yet we are in Oleggio Castello, on Lake Maggiore, and the Castello dal Pozzo, with its enchanting location on the mirror of water, ...
Giardino di Villa Ponti (Arona)
Belonging to the 18th-century residence constructed on the bastions of the Rocca Borromea (fortress), the Villa Ponti garden was redesigned at the start of the last century by the architect Rocca.
San Carlone (Arona)
The Colossus of San Carlo in Arona, traditionally and affectionately known by the locals as San Carlone, was built in the 17th century on a commission by Federico Borromeo, cousin of the saint, whose idea was to build a colossal stature, visible even from the lake...
Villa Correnti (Lesa)
An extensive garden, among the best kept of the lake gardens with its rich botanical makeup, with vast meadows and centuries-old plants, surrounds the elegant villa on three levels overlooking the lake.
Villa Faraggiana (Meina)
Built in 1855 by the senator, Alessandro Faraggiana, the monumental neoclassical style villa is part of a vast estate of seven hectares, which includes other pavilions of more modest dimensions...
Villa Ponti (Arona)
Villa Ponti is a splendid 18th century villa located in the historical center of Arona, a few steps from Lago Maggiore. The garden has a fountain inspired by Baroque models, surrounded by beech trees, atlas cedars, and magnolias.