Villa Galli lies at the heart of Sabina, within easy reach of Rome, it is surrounded by centuries-old olive trees on the edge of a wood in the shadow of La Torre, the last remaining ruin of Crescenzi Castle. The main building dates back to the 17th century when it used to be a staging post of the Papal State and later was settled by people from the north-east. The wrought iron gate leads to the garden in which there are several areas with different ambiences for the reception of guests. Following the avenue you reach the large square in front of the Villa which is usually furnished with tables and marquees for open air buffets. Adjacent to the square is the old oil mill which today is a 300m sq frescoed lounge which can accommodate up to 250 diners and hold meetings, cultural events as well as private parties.

At Villa Galli it is possible to celebrate the official civil ceremony with legal value.