The Orangerie of Villa Giulia is a beautiful glass and iron structure, bathed in the natural light and in the nature.
It was built near the ancient lemon greenhouse, which was built by Eugene de Beauharnais in the early 1800s.
It was a heated greenhouse, the only one made with bricks between the villas of the province of Pesaro, which in winter housed marvelous lemon trees in huge terracotta pots that we still keep.
Outside, a breathtaking view with a beautiful terrace and a hanging garden with ponds full of aquatic plants.
Speaking on the terrace, close your eyes and imagine a breathtaking view of blue sea and gentle hills, aromatic scents and songs of birds as, as soon as the good weather arrives, the restaurant tables are set up outside, to let our Guests enjoy in full the views and the scents that surround the restaurant.
In a few words: good vibrations!