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Parco di Palazzo Malingri di Bagnolo
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Parco di Palazzo Malingri di Bagnolo

Bagnolo Piemonte, Cuneo

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Via Palazzo, 23
Bagnolo Piemonte (CN)

Mob. +39 335 5244080 - 347 0323486
Tel. +39 0175 391394

GPS coordinates:
Latitudine: 44.750632
Longitudine: 7.297148


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GUIDED TOUR by the hosts to the entire complex, walk to the castle, possibility to stop for a picnic in the castle.

GUIDED TOUR and BRUNCH AT THE CASTLE: guided tour of the entire complex by the hosts, walk to the castle, in the castle. or in the courtyard fortified a light lunch prepared at home (a first course, salads, cheeses, wine, fruit, coffee)

GUIDED TOUR and TYPICAL LUNCH AT THE CASTLE: visit the entire complex, led by the hosts, walk to the castle, in the castle. or in a fortified courtyard room with original menu prepared at home (three starters, a typical dish, salads, cheeses, dessert, wine, fruit, coffee)

RESERVATION: at least 3 weeks before the chosen date.


Only GUIDED TOUR: € 16,00
GUIDED TOUR and BRUNCH AT THE CASTLE: €38,00 (max 54 pax)

Dal Parco al Castello, May 2018
Rhododendrons blooming: 13/20/27 May 2018
Jazz Concert, 20 May 2018
Yoga Camp, 2 June 2018
Hydrangeas blooming: 24 June/ 1 July 2018

How to reach
By car
Take the A4 / E64 Highway up to exit Piacenza / Genoa / Savona. Continue on A55 direction Pinerolo. Continue on SP23 del Colle Sestriere. Merge onto SP161 up to the crossing with the SP157. Then follow the directions for Bagnolo on SP27 up to the arrival.
The slope of the Piedmont hill of Valle Po is broken by an earthen platform held in place by dry stone masonry. The park of Malingri Palace in Bagnolo stands on this platform.

The seventeenth-century arrangement of hedges, flower beds, alleys lined with carpinus alba, and trees with tall trunks was redesigned at the beginning of the nineteenth century in the style of an English garden, with winding paths, places to admire the view, small buildings and dark woods. Even today the park's twin souls, one classical and the other Romantic, co-exist and complement each other, surprising the visitor with attractiveness of the combination.

The park, covering about two hectares, is rich in centuries-old trees as much as 40-45 metres tall, with examples of pinus nigra, pinus austriaca, cedri deodara, taxus bacata, metasequoie as well as fagus tricolor, oaks, chestnuts, libocedrus and criptomeria japonica, which surround the two spacious, airy lawns. A magnificent liriodendron tulipifera welcomes visitors right at the park entrance, flowering in May with thousands of yellow tulips.

In the middle of the lawn, in front of the Palace, an elliptical fountain known as the ''Green Man'' (a reference to some forgotten fable) is the home of fish and newts, while a hedge of rugose roses and a festoon of mountain clematis create a backdrop running along a wall overlooking an agricultural landscape. The gallery of hornbeams that leads to All Saints Chapel (1600) and hedges of box, hornbeam and yew running for almost two kilometres trace the old outline of the park as far as the Castle hill, delineated by Mondarello brook, surrounded by thick bamboos.

The ''deer pits'', created to provide a view from above of the delightful Italian-style garden and then arranged for use as an enclosure for deer and fallow deer, are now a lovely border of ferns crowned with light blue hydrangea bushes. Over the last 30 years the owners Aimaro and Consolata Oreglia d'Isola, following the family tradition, have given the park their personal touch, with special attention to the landscaping and pictorial aspect.

They have also added new species of flowers such as camellia japonica and camellia sasanqua, increased the collections of acidophiles and have planted anemones, periwinkles, violets, bulbs and hundreds of hostas in the undergrowth.
Accomodation in nearby 17th Century outhouses up to six people with private gardens and swimming pool.

Possibility to reserve for weekend or weeks.

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