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Villa Oliva is in private ownership, and you cannot enter the big villa. However it can be admired from the outside, and the park is also available. 6€ for an adult, so if you are in the area it is a fine way to spend...More
The villa is in private ownership and therefore closed for the general public. The garden is open for visitors (9 euros). Had some problem with access, could not find where the door bell is. Really liked the sculpture of a tiny sad guy sitting on...More
We were on a film crew (I'm a costume designer) and filmed at the beautiful Villa Oliva for six weeks...blissful place. It was August and stinking hot. They do have air-con, but it is a bit dodgy. But oh, what a place! I would love...More
Whilst the beauty of Villa Oliva's gardens itself is worth a visit that will yield impressive vistas along thoughtfully designed axes, the location itself comes fully alive during its summer festival in July and August, when members of the Accademia Italiana di Canto present masterworks from...More
We stumbled across this villa by chance taking a scenic drive in the area. We decided to pay the 6 euro entrance fee to visit the garden; the villa itself cannot be visited. Our visit was in the very beginning of the season and a...More