Exploring the site
Evocative of an Italian palazzo, the façades of the Villa are rich in references to the Florence and Venice schools, among others.
These spaces were where Béatrice would have received her guests. Visitors to the Villa were greeted by exceptional furniture, carpets with a royal provenance, paintings ...
The Baroness's apartments demonstrate her great sophistication in the choice of furnishings and décor.
The Villa houses Béatrice’s collections of French porcelain, considered to be one of the richest in France, if not the world.
From the Chinese room and tapestry room, to the monkey room and Fragonard room – each room offers visitors its own theme.
Explore the classicism of the French garden, the lush vegetation of the Spanish garden, the rare species of the exotic garden or the archaeological relics of the stone garden.