Villa San Cataldo
Villa San Cataldo was built in the early-18th century by the family of the princes Galletti di San Cataldo, and then radically transformed at the end of the 19th century and decorated in neo-Gothic style. The villa consists of a long two-storey building, distinguished by corner turrets, next to a courtyard with a small internal garden. The majestic 18th-century garden with its lush vegetation, once rich in exotic plants, is remarkable. The garden avenues are furnished with seats, vases and decorative statues, and all the greenery is fenced in by an Aspra sandstone balustrade.