Villa Bossi, which is the Town Hall of Orta San Giulio, was built in the 17th century on the ruins of an older Medieval building.
It has been restored during the centuries, but kept part of the original walls and five portals on its boundary.
The main part of the villa has the shape of an L and it has three floors. The crimson villa has a suggestive porch and a beautiful loggia overlooking the lake.
The bride can reach the venue with a little rowing boat, in such a romantic way. The legally binding ceremony can be organized in the garden and the guests can wait for the bride coming from the front iron gate, directly on the water.
The lush garden is divided into four regular parts by flowerbeds; the wisteria arbor with the underneath benches is the perfect place for people who want to enjoy the quiet of the lake.