Grandi Giardini Italiani Srl

c/o Villa Erba
Largo Luchino Visconti, 4
22012 Cernobbio (COMO)
Italy

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Liguria

Giardini di Villa della Pergola

Alassio, Savona

Giardino storico
Coffee house & Restaurant
Overnight stay
Parking
Partially wheelchair accessible
Pet not allowed
Wi-Fi Area
In the Name of the Rose

How to reach

By car
A10 Genova-Ventimiglia Highway
From Genoa: exit at Albenga, take the Aurelia bis (s.S.1 bis) or the via Aurelia in the direction of Alassio (10 minutes)
From Ventimiglia: exit at Andora, take the via Aurelia (s.S.1) in the direction of Alassio (10 minutes)

Parking
The property does not have private parking. It is advisable to leave your car in the station car park and continue on foot by taking the subway at Viale Gibb 30 or take a taxi (0182 646464).

By train
Ferrovie dello Stato (National Rail Company) - Genova-Ventimiglia / Ventimiglia-Genova line:
it is possible to walk to the Villa from the Alassio railway station (approx. 10 minutes), or take a taxi (3 minutes)

By plane
Distance from C. Colombo Genova international airport about 45 minutes
Distance from C. Panero Villanova d'Albenga private airport about 10 minutes
Distance from Nice international airport about 1 hour

History

The Gardens of Villa della Pergola, overlooking the sea, were created at the close of the nineteenth century, a rare example of a Mediterranean English park preserved in its entirety: 22,000 square metres of poetic harmony of Mediterranean vegetation, rare plants and exotic flora.
Already in 1908 they were recognised by William Scott, in his historic-artistic guide “The Riviera”, as being “amongst the marvels of the Riviera, worthy rivals to the Mortola Gardens”. The Gardens proudly claim a unique history closely linked to the English community. Over the years the property changed hands between important English families including the Hanburys, already owners of the renowned Mortola Gardens.

After a spell of neglect and deterioration, the Gardens were saved from the threat of property speculation in 2006 and carefully restored under the direction of Paolo Pejrone, with particular attention to recuperation and conservation as well as the creation of the acclaimed botanical collections together with Silvia Arnaud Ricci. Two of the more spectacular collections are those of wisteria, 34 varieties in the largest Italian collection, and agapanthus, now the most important in Europe with almost 500 different species. The flowering seasons of both are not to be missed, respectively in April and June. From this year the little secular myrtle wood also enhances the collections. Visitors can stroll through the romantic arbours linking the various levels of the Gardens, admiring banksiae roses together with delicate waterlilies and luxuriant lotus fl owers in the little lakes and fountains. Amongst cluster pines, cypresses, Lebanese cedars, evergreen oaks and a masterfully planted citrus collection next to jacarandas, araucarias, including the prehistoric Wollenia nobilis, palms, tree ferns, cacti and many other plants from every latitude.

Villa della Pergola, one of the Relais & Chateaux is immersed in these Gardens; within is the Ristorante Nove, with a Michelin star.

NOVE restaurant

Villa della Pergola and Alassio instantly resonated with me, as I also hail from a coastal locale. We find ourselves amidst a breathtaking setting, where the juxtaposition of a contemporary art museum, my previous backdrop, against the backdrop of an esteemed and famous historical estate, offers an incredibly invigorating contrast.

The gardens, the surrounding natural beauty, and the vegetable garden add significant value: maintaining a close, daily connection with the individuals who nurture and provide the essential ingredients for my culinary creations is a uniquely rare opportunity
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- Chef Antonio Romano
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Accomodation

Located in one of the most splendid parks in Italy, Villa della Pergola, Villino della Pergola and Casa del Sole are an elegant late 19th century architectural masterpiece, looking onto the enchanting Gulf of Alassio.

Villa della Pergola, Villino della Pergola and Casa del Sole offer different suites divided between the Villas. The suites have their own individual style, ambiance, colour palette, and furnishings and are dedicated to the many figures that have stayed at Villa della Pergola in the past, or were part of the British community in Alassio.

Original accounts, memorabilia, antique paintings and late 19th century furniture evoke a charming atmosphere.
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Giardini di Villa della PergolaAlassio, Savona (Liguria)
RUNNING
ENDS
24 November 2024
Season 2024
Information
Opening hours
The Gardens are open daily from 23 March to November.
Entrance only with guided tours with prior booking required
Guided tour times: 9:30 - 11:30 - 15:00 - 17:00
The tour lasts approximately 80 minutes
Entrance
Guided tour
(reservation required)
Full: € 18.00
Reduced: € 14.00
Children (6-18 y.o.): € 9.00
Under 6: free of charge
Contact us
Via Privata Montagu, 9
17021 Alassio (SV)

T. +39 0182 641599

www.giardinidivilladellapergola.com
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