All the trees on this property make for a tranquil place to relax with a novel.
For many who don't live in Europe, the sheer amount of history on display can be surprising. In North America, many of the objects you eat, sit, and sleep on at La Villa Gallici, would be in a museum. Here, they're just part of the elegant and luxurious decor in this exclusive historical inn.
In fact, the building itself dates from the 18th century, and was once a private residence surrounded by an orchard. The fruit trees are gone now, but have been handsomely replaced by a Florentine garden. You'll find many a perfect spot to relax on the grounds, whether in the garden, in the shade of a Cypress tree, or on the terrace beside the swimming pool.
This being France, dinner is a big deal. Lounge on antique couches, as you sample from the seasonal menu of both Mediterranean and Provencal favorites. If the duck magret cooked in white truffle honey doesn't entice, the roasted scampis in a shellfish consommé likely will.