Family Estates

For those wishing to stay at Villa Medici Giulini the first proposal is to visit the other family properties: Casa Giulini in Milan, Tenuta La Marchesa in Novi Ligure, Villa Giulini in Sori, Villa Giulini in Forte dei Marmi, Tenuta di Pietra Porzia in Frascati.

Casa Giulini in Milan

An important part of the instruments collection is in Milan, in Casa Giulini, where you can see painted harpsichords, harps from Marie Antoinette and the Empire age, psalters with precious decorations and mandolins. All instruments are playable, keeping intact their “lost sound”. In Milan house, Villa Medici Giulini collection and the itinerary of art and music in the world of historical instruments is completed.

Tenuta la Marchesa in Novi Ligure

Spend a day at one hour and half from Villa Medici Giulini tasting the wines of Gavi produced by Tenuta La Marchesa. For those wishing to stay overnight, the farmhouse is available with a restaurant where you can taste the typical dishes of Piedmontese cuisine. All information on the website

In the surroundings you can visit places of art unknown to the most and of great cultural interest.


Villa Giulini in Sori, Genova

Enjoy a day in the villa with a flowering garden overlooking the sea of Golfo Paradiso, at east of Genoa. From the garden you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Portofino mountain. Some images are available clicking on the Gallery.

Villa Giulini in Forte dei Marmi, Lucca

Villa Giulini is located in the heart of the district called “Imperial Rome”. The naturalistic garden is among the most beautiful in Versilia and it is possible to ride with a byke along the crossroads full of historic gardens. The area is crossed by the Fiumetto, made famous by the paintings of Carlo Carrà who lived in Forte dei Marmi for many years. Some images are available clicking on the Gallery.

Tenuta di Pietra Porzia in Frascati, Roma

The estate produces oil and wine and is completed by a farmhouse overlooking the valley, with a view that reaches up to Rome. A magnificent avenue of cypresses winds up to the house, where it is possible to lodge and taste dishes based on the best Roman cuisine receipts. All information is on the website