The neoclassical “Villa” is refined and Liberty-styled, renewed by the architect Michele Sgobba at the end of 19 th century, who reformed with his project the “Tenuta Barberio”.
The “Country Church” is dedicated to Saint Michael Archangel. Originally built inside the villa, in 1860 it was moved to the garden.
The “Guest House”, located in an old post station used by the Knights ospitaller, today is where the owners live.
The 598 square yards large, oval-shaped “Pool”, among centuries-old olive trees, is perfect for every moment of your party.
The 598 square yards large “Terrace”, at the centre of the whole area, is perfect for day and night events.
The “Court Garden”, with its 2 well-shaped fountains, with iron tables and chairs, sofas and armchairs, is perfect for a pleasant buffet among palm trees, flowers and meadows.
The “Villa Garden” is perfect for night drinks, thanks to its central fountain, the palm trees, flowers, iron tables and chairs.
The rectangular-shaped “Ox’s Barnyard” is perfect for folk events and dance parties, surrounded by a wonderful Mediterranean vegetation.
Every place has its own garden, adorned with flower-lined paths, introducing the guests to colours, water games and thrilling scents.
The reception hall “I Giardini Dell’Erbavoglio” is completely accessible for people with disabilities.