Villa Spolino was built in the 50s by the famous Baronessa Gallotta, weaver of shawls and blankets, in one of the most exclusive location of the island. In a second time, the property was sold to Princess Bracciforti, whose daughter, a very good painter, left three paintings in the magnificent library - now converted into a bedroom. The entrance to the villa opens with a stone staircase with views on the white Arabic-style roof, with four skylights. The property is of about 700 sqm on two levels, and welcomes one with a patio overlooking the sea and the hills of Migliara. On the main floor one finds a large kitchen, covered with hand painted tiles that reproduce a Neapolitan XVIIIth century decor, large living room, three double bedrooms each with private bathroom, single bedroom with bathroom. Downstairs there is a second living room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, three bathrooms. In the garden of 2000 sqm, well-kept, consisting of ornamental plants, olive trees, flowers and lush vegetation, there is a detached guest house, consisting of two double bedrooms, a maid's room, three bathrooms. The property includes an outbuilding for the caretaker, 1 box, several parking places, large swimming pool with a view. Heliport for non-exclusive use located only 500 m from the villa, 1 hour and 20 about transportation from Naples airport.