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Comune di Verbania - Settore Turismo
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The gardens of the Verbano area

Lake Maggiore has always attracted noble and well-to-do families that, inspired by the lake landscape, chose this area to build some of the most splendid villas and create some of the most beautiful gardens in Italy.

Of particular note are the Botanic Gardens of Villa Taranto, the Villa San Remigio Gardens and the Gardens of the Borromeo Islands.

Thanks to the event called “Verbania giardini aperti” (Verbania Open Gardens”), many of these prestigious private gardens, have been made available over the years to the public of Editoria e Giardini for guided visits, so allowing the discovery of their architectural and botanical complexity.

Villa San RemigioSituated on the summit of the  Castagnola Point in  Verbania Pallanza, Villa San Remigio dominates  the whole of  Lake Maggiore. The garden, which covers a surface area of eight hectares, was conceived and created by a married couple ...>> 
Villa Taranto Botanic gardensSituated in Verbania, between Intra and Pallanza, the Botanic gardens of Villa Taranto are famous worldwide for their beauty and for the wealth of floral species that grow there.Designed and created by the Scottish Captain Mc Eacharn in 1931, the Villa ...>> 
Isola Madre GardensOn Isola Madre, the biggest and most characteristic of the Borromeo Islands, stands the historic palace of the Borromeo family and an immense garden of rare plants and exotic flowers, where peacocks, parrots and pheasants roam free.The garden of the island, ...>>