1901:The grand suite; a jewel on its own. The eye-catching high ceilings, painted by highly skilled artists of the time are fully restored and are simply stunning. In the bedroom, the ceiling features Eros, the God of love. This 36sq.m. suite is composed of the two main rooms of the mansion (“saloni” and “sala”). Not only the bedroom but the en-suite bathroom as well, has a wonderfully painted ceiling and two windows which overlook the harbour. Its own private balcony with spectacular views compliment the already magical setup. 

1902: The old kitchen, a 24sq.m. room, carrying the spirit of the home, with beautiful elements kept intact, such as the old fireplace, built-in closet, shelves and niches. The room where the family gathered is now transformed into a bedroom full of character. The en-suite bathroom, with a vaulted ceiling and amazing vintage cement tiles, is built against a rock that is partially exposed and filled with plants to give the feeling of showering in nature with a view.

1903: A 21sq.m. room with 3 large windows, filled with light and offering amazing views of the harbour and open sea that guests can also cherish from its 14sq.m. private area on the top floor veranda. An en-suite bathroom with a surprisingly brilliant shower hid in a spacious closet, compliments the perfect atmosphere. This room used to be one of the mansion’s bedrooms.

1904: A beautifully proportioned, comfortable and quiet 25sq.m. hideaway was the mansion’s main bedroom, offering privacy and views of the port. It has an en-suite bathroom with a vaulted ceiling and the geometrical patterns in the shower formed by vintage cement tiles create a highly aesthetic composition. Keeping its original features, this room breathes out serenity.