Villa Regina Margherita
Designed in the Neo-Baroque style, it was the official winter residence of the Queen.
Margherita of Savoy arrived in Bordighera for the first time in 1879. For many years she spent her winter months in Villa Etelinda, but in 1914 she chose to have a new, larger mansion built in a higher position of the majestic park, to which she would later invite a number of artists and writers, including Mariani, Fogazzaro and Carducci.
The air of bygone times still circulates in these halls. If you close your eyes you will hear the music of receptions, the chatter of the guests, the rustling of elegant dresses. Here anyone can allow themselves the pleasure of feeling like a queen, at least for one day...