The eighteenth-century "Villa De Capoa", recovered with a thorough project, is one of the most charming places of the city.
The Park, adjacent to the former convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie was built in the 16th century by Andrea De Capoa. For nearly two centuries the reserve function of herbs that the monks of the convent used to create natural remedies. In the eighteenth century was bought by individuals and reorganized into the park itself. Finally, in the nineteenth century the Countess Marianna de Capoa donated it to the city.
To enrich the evocative paths include mythological sculptures, stone arches or hedges, a late 15th century sarcophagus, a well, stone benches and a cave. The main entrance, with the wrought iron gate, overlooking piazza Savoia.