A 17th century palace in Cilento

Weddings in Italy by Regency


An Oasis in a Modern World

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The Palace nestles in an unspoilt corner of Southern Italy, bordering the characteristic little fishing village of Santa Maria di Castellabate.

Built in the 17th century, it was used as a hunting lodge where the kings of Spain and Italy came to hunt wild boar and shoot quail on the impressive estate that surrounded the Palazzo. The owners, who still lives in a private wing of the Palace, has converted part of this unique 17th century building into beautiful, spacious and charmingly individual suites, maintaining the elegant and harmonious style of the past.

The splendid five acres of park and gardens offer a setting which is both private and tranquil among Orange and Lemon trees, Flowering Hibiscus, Oleanders and Roses. The wonderful views have inspired some guests to paint, while others prefer to read and relax in the shade of the pine trees in the gardens.
The Palace is an ideal haven for couples, singles, honeymooners or amateur painters.

The Palace is a gorgeous setting for wedding ceremonies and receptions. There is an exclusive family chapel within the palace for the fairytale weddings in Italy.