Villa Meo-Evoli - In the heart of the countryside in the renowned town of Monopoly called "the city of a hundred districts" we find Villa Meo Evoli, built in the last decade of the eighteenth century. A majestic driveway leads to the villa, surrounded by an ancient Italian garden and by a park with pines, oaks, Greek-Roman statues, medieval and eighteenth century sculptures. The interiors, embellished with decorations and stucco, along with the furnishings, bring back to the eighteenth-century atmosphere. In the garden, during the first half of the nineteenth century, a pavilion was built to house the Meo-Evoli Collection now known as the Meo Evoli Museum. In the park there is also a large trullo with three cones with large entrance hall, two bedrooms and bathroom. Spaces are typical of the true and ancient trullo buildings, with all the advantages (cool and absolute silence, incredible charm). In the garden there is also a large swimming pool 20 meters long and 9 meters wide.