We could have spent all day here, but sadly had to rush back to the airport. The house is crammed full of beautiful furniture collected over many years. Surprisingly the rooms were light so you could see the detail on it all (presumably they lower the blinds when it's a sunny day). The villa itself has stunning views along the riviera from all sides. My favourite part was a lovely open balcony where you could sit and take in the scenery. Excellent audio tour included in the price. The gardens were fabulous with marked routes round the different areas.We particularly liked the Japanese garden. They have a display of the fountains to music regularly throughout the day, but we missed this due to the timing. Toilet facilities a bit limited, especially if your arrival coincides with a coach party. There is a small car park at the foot of the drive, but more parking through the gate (not immediately visible from the lower car park) The driveway parking necessitates a tight 3 point turn at the top (often blocked by waiting taxis) so if you have a biggish car would definitely recommend parking in the lower car park and walking up the drive. They had a lovely looking restaurant, with lovely views, would revisit and spend longer next time.
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