It is an ancient manor house still belongs to the noble family of Trigona, an illustrious family whose history is intertwined with that of Sicily and Piazza Armerina: important evidence of the role of this family are the monumental Cathedral founded in ‘600 by Marco Trigona and the beautiful Trigona palace, built of brick and terracotta local sandstone. It belonged to the noble family the most important of Sicily and on the lintel of the central balcony there stands the frieze of the House. Both are scenically located on top of the town.
The villa, carefully restored and renovated, is located, less than a kilometer from the town of Piazza Armerina, in a rural area that still retains the charm and beauty of the countryside of this area of the Sicilian hinterland.
The house consists of two bodies placed at L developed on two floors, exposed brick and harness valuable adorn this old house.
On the ground behind the villa was converted into a lovely garden patio which is also used as a restaurant area for romantic dinners and suggestive breakfast, on the walls you can see the coat of arms of Trigona. The villa has a swimming pool with solarium located in an elevated area so that you will enjoy a better view while you will let silence and relaxation.
In the heart of Sicily, in the city that hosts the archaeological site that is one of the most significant and important examples of the classical age, the Villa Romana del Casale, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, VILLA TRIGONA offers an unforgettable and allows easy access to other interesting destinations of a magnificent journey through the history and culture of our beautiful land.