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Acquired by the Province of Imperia in 2002, the villa has been open for the first time to the public on January 17, 2010. The complete recovery of the noble plans, in full respect of their original features, it again revealed the splendor and...more
The advertisement promoting the “Park of Villa Grock” were quite impressive. However, the first issue we experienced is that there is no car parking at the site and nowhere along the road leading to the villa. If you want to visit it, you are best...More
We were amazed when we saw this Villa with its garden. It was beautiful and surely worth seing. We decided to go inside Villa. It cost 18euro for 3 adults and 1 kid.
And there was nothing interesting in there. Clown show in italian (despite...More
Like Gaudi, Grock had an incredible imagination and every inch of his villa unveils particular elements...all to be discovered. Step into fairyland and imagine his parties with coloured lights, boats in the pond, music, acrobats. Enjoy the garden, superb views, and exciting museum. In summer...More
We walked up a lot of steep paths and stairs to get there but well worth it! Lovely quirky building well restored, with grounds needing more work. Had to wait to get in so got discount on tickets, interesting building with film about Grock which...More
Villa Grock is set in a beautiful secluded little spot on the hills behind Oneglia, with a wonderful view across the bay. The house itself is fascinating; as eccentric and interesting as Adrien Wettach’s history and life there. Now recently restored, it spent several years...More
we have tried to visit villa Grock as we have read quite a few articles about it, but our visit was unsuccessful, as it was closed and completely abandoned. It looked so destroyed. And the roads are so tine that it is impossible to drive...More