Nestled in a large park, Villa Ventura is adjacent to the church of S. Foca, it was built in the late eighteenth century, to complement an existing building (XV sec.). This building belonged to the Princes of Aquino and then, later acquired by the Ventura family. Expertly restored, Villa Ventura unfolds onto various levels that are accessed by a large and spectacular entrance hall, at the bottom a large stone staircase. On the ground floor, the rooms are dedicated to meetings. Adorned with tiles from Caltagirone and impressive wooden trusses, the meeting rooms have direct access to the garden with pool. On the main floor are the main living rooms, with wood-beamed ceilings and richly furnished with antique furniture and family heirlooms. The large park is accessed by an artistically ornate gate, which leads from a driveway with stoned walls and flanked by palm trees. Ancient pines and flowering Oleanders, extend up to the roof top garden, at the rear of the building. Picturesque and manicured grounds with the beautiful swimming pool set in the greenery of olive trees, typical of the Calabrian landscape.