On the gentle hills of the Rimini hinterland, surrounded by a magnificent park, stands the Villa Des Vergers, whose origins date back to the 1600s, built in neoclassical style for the noble Diotallevi family from Rimini.
Villa des Vergers extends over 3,000 square meters and is the result of various interventions that took place over the centuries on commission from the various owners.
The Villa des Verges is the work of the most brilliant architects: Arthur Stanislas Diet (1828-1891) collaborator of Haussmann, and George Paul Chedanne (1861 - 1940) author of the Geleries Lafayette.
The current garden is instead the work of the genius of Pietro Porcinai, one of the greatest landscape architects of the twentieth century who modified the previous French project for Prince Mario Ruspoli, owner of the villa from 1938 to 1946.
The building is perfectly oriented along the north-south axis and from its terrace you can enjoy a splendid view, uninterrupted for 360 degrees.