Villa Gualletti Inguaggiato
Villa Gualletti Inguaggiato was built around 1770 by the marquis of Santa Marina, Giovanni Pietro Galletti. The villa is one of the best preserved in Bagheria, an example of the fusion of neoclassical and baroque styles. Made of tuff without plaster coating, it features decorations characterized by festoons and vases typical of the 18th century. On the façade and at the sides, carved reliefs reproduce military elements such as helmets, shields and spears. The internal staircase has two ramps, which come together on the landing of the main floor. The large central hall and other rooms are sumptuously decorated and also richly frescoed.