Last week of guided tours to admire the autumn colors and blooms and an exceptional opening: Monday, November 1st.
After a spring and a summer full of visitors, with success and record numbers, the Gardens of Villa della Pergola are taking a break for the winter season.
This will be the last week of 2021 in which visitors will be able to admire them accompanied by expert guides.
Exceptionally open also on Monday 1 November, from Tuesday 2 November the Gardens will go on pause to allow the necessary maintenance and reopen when spring arrives.
Already defined as "extraordinary and unmissable" by Le Figaro, and a "sort of Eden in the open" by Cook magazine. Inc, the Gardens of Villa della Pergola have received numerous prestigious awards this year, including the inclusion among the 15 attractions not to be missed in Liguria by the Lonely Planet guide and the final of the competition "The most beautiful park in Italy" , entering the top five in the private gardens category, pending the proclamation.
The guided tours of the Gardens in this last week will allow you to admire the scenic autumn setting, walking among the unique colors that nature offers at this time of the year.
This season also offers an additional surprise for visitors: the Hibiscus, normally in full bloom in July and August, this year have waited for October to burst into abundance.
Many species that inhabit the Gardens, including Hibiscus Fijan Gold, Hibiscus Hanna, Hibiscus White Kalakawa, Hibiscus Lady in Red, Hibiscus Dragon's Breath, Hibiscus Great Satan, Hibiscus Ibiza, Hibiscus Envy, Hibiscus General Corteges, Hibiscus Apricot, Hibiscus Fire Bird , Hibiscus Black Beauty.
In addition to the flowering of the Hibiscus, those of the Lantanas and Roses (including icebergs, brillant pinks and rosa centifolia) are worthy of note.
During the visits it will be possible to admire the collections of Opuntiae and rare Succulents, the very large collection of Citrus fruits, with the fruits in the ripening phase, almost 40 different varieties, including local species, such as the famous Chinotto di Savona (Slow Food presidium) and others such as Buddha's Hand Cedar, Trifoliate Orange, the only deciduous citrus in nature, or Murraya Paniculata, the smallest citrus fruit in the world from whose leaves curry, diamond cedar and pomelo are obtained.
It is possible to visit the Gardens with guided tours every day until Monday 1st November included. Reservation required.