Palazzo dei Canonici, which now houses a farm stay, used to be home of the members of the clergy who managed the ancient Church of Limana or decided to spend a vacation or study period here.
An outstanding clergyman was Pierio Valeriano, an important theologian and humanist, who stayed here as a parish priest in the late 15th century.
Looking at the building, dating back to 1670, you will notice how a common country house is embellished by the porch, the double loggia, arches, and mullioned windows with small columns and capitals.
Completing the building you will find an enclosed courtyard, accessible through two large gates that open to the street and to the nearby church of Santa Barbara.
- To lengthen the tour, you can easily walk to the nearby Villa Piloni in the hamlet of Cesa di Limana.