The most fairy-tale residence in the entire Valle D'Aosta region, the one built starting in 1899 at the behest of Queen Margherita.
A mix of Art Noveau and Neo-Gothic, the castle is located in Gressoney-Saint-Jean in a panoramic position within a park, a real forest, which also houses a botanical garden, perfect for relaxing summer walks and enchanting winter snowshoeing .
Castel Savoia, in whose planning phases the royal actively participated, is characterized by an eclectic style, the wooden ceilings and decorations feature symbols that are the distinctive features of the house, as well as the numerous carved daisies, a clear homage to the queen. As soon as you cross the entrance threshold, the majestic oak staircase, together with the numerous windows, contributes to making the environment welcoming. If on the one hand the furnishings evoke a bygone era, on the other some details such as the presence of radiators and electricity underline how avant-garde this residence was.
A walk, called "of the Queen" connects Castel Savoia to Lake Gover during which the visitor is completely immersed in nature, the same nature that led Queen Margherita of Savoy to love this area so deeply.
Location of numerous film productions fascinated by the fantasy atmosphere that the castle evokes.