RARE | Island on the Italian coast
Island located in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Albenga in the province of Savona in Italy.
Island "La Gallinara" - Dating from Roman antiquity, the island has been home to many people. In the past, the island was populated by wild poultry, hence its name. At the end of the 4th century, it became a temporary refuge of St. Martin de Tours. In the Middle Ages, it hosted one of the largest Benedictine monasteries in northern Italy. In 1988, the island was declared a protected nature reserve.
It consists of:
- A tower dating from 1586, accessible and can be rehabilitated into a small apartment.
- A rosary.
- 2 Bunkers in the Second World War.
- A private port
- A villa with 4 bedrooms, a seawater pool and a large outdoor kitchen.
- A monastery with 6 private apartments
The island is accessible by its private port which is 5 minutes from Albenga airport and 15 minutes from the monaco helipad.
In addition, the island 100% protected by Italian law which imposes a safe distance of 100 meters from the island.
And, in terms of security, there is a 365-day-a-year guard and gardeners.
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This document does not form part of any offer or contract. All measurements, areas and distances are approximate. The information and plans contained herein are believed to be correct, however, their accuracy is not guaranteed. The photographs show only certain parts of the property at the time they were taken. This offer is subject to change of price or other conditions, without prior notice.