Open daily by appointment for groups.
Opening hours: every day from 9am to 1pm and from 3pm to 7pm.
Duration: one hour.
Group size: minimum 6 participants.
The price includes a guided tour of the castle.
Languages: Italian, English, French.
Accessibility: not accessible to people with physical disabilities.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The time you select on the order form is your preferred time. The villa will automatically confirm the closest available time, which can be anytime during opening hours on the selected date, if your preferred time is no longer available.
For reservations made by groups a flat fee of € 75.00 per cancellation will be charged, if notified up to one hour prior to your visit.
Further refunds for cancellations are not possible.
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The castle of Villalta is a medieval castle whose recorded history dates back to 1158. The castle is located in Villalta di Fagnana, on a hill overlooking the Friulian plain, and is surrounded by a double ring of walls with Ghibelline battlements, a walkway and circular corner towers.
Now the private residence of the Caporiacco, one of the most important families of Friuli, the castle is open for tours, events, weddings, and meetings. It also produces local products: olive oil, limoncello, walnut liqueur, honey and jams. During the tour, you’ll see the kitchen in rustic Friulian style, the main floor decorated with frescoes from the 17th century, the Salon of the Patriarchs, the Imperial Halls and the Hall of Family Trees, all of which have furnishings of the period. The castle of Villalta is immersed in a park full of flowers, trees, fruit trees, and beehives.