We visited in September and possibly most flowers had gone over by then. The gardens are large and on a steep slope so this isn't a good stop for those with limited mobility. The Palazzo was quite attractive externally but not open to the public. The gardens run down to the sea but this isn't exploited by the management as you can only see it though the small gates ! Very large specimen list perhaps of more interest to major gardening buffs than the average tourist.
No parking so expect a long walk to the gate once you find somewhere to stop unless very lucky.
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