Villa le Torri is a historic residence ,dating back to 1884, where the Burgarella family have lived for generations; an ancient family of the business bourgeoisie of Trapani, who used the villa as a summer residence.
Next to the entrance, a jasmine plant welcomes guests and just beyond the gate, a baroque staircase leads you to the main floor, overlooked by a crenellated small tower.
It is surrounded by an Italian garden among the oldest in the town, which has been subjected to environmentally protective regulations since 1995 by the Sicilian region.
Box hedges, palms and other exotic plants, but also fruit and aromas of the Sicilian land: citrus and olive trees.
And again: pistachios, peaches, apricots, mulberries, pomegranates, medlars. And bushes of laurel and rosemary. Scented paths, small oases of wellness in town.
Going up the baroque staircase, you come to a small terrace, in front of the the main entrance, furnished with a table and chairs. From there you can easily admire the surrounding garden. The love for the land has been handed down for generations.
An ancient and noble Villa, where you can feel at home. Surrounded by the greenery of the plants, inebriated by their scents.