The Church of San Giacomo di Corte, with impressive central naves, is rooted in legend. One of its most cherished symbols, a Marian statue of the Virgin Mary, is believed to have been found by fishermen in 1783 after it fell into the ocean during an earthquake. Locals now hold patronal celebrations every year and carry the statue in procession around town.
Exotic plants, Murano glass chandeliers and Genoese flooring are some of the treasures you'll find inside Villa Durazzo, a typical Alessian villa built in 1678 as the home of the Durazzo family. A visit to this fine villa is one of the best things to do in Santa Margherita, Italy, if you want to be surrounded by elegant gardens featuring bobbled paths, statues and flower boxes, all overlooking the Gulf of Tigullio.
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