Please note that Villa San Michele is now closed for the season, and will re-open on 28 March 2024.
Renowned photographer François Halard's expertise in architecture and interior design shines through in his photographic work. At Villa San Michele, Halard's images evoke the cinematic majesty of this dreamlike destination.
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