Villa Ricardi is located in an ancient villa on the Moncalieri hill, inhabited since Roman times and then medieval by historic and noble families. Certain news on the Ricardi farmhouse are from the early years of the 18th century. Large farmsteads equipped with very civilized dwellings occupy these places at just one distance from each other, you can be sure that, together with La Palma, also Cabianca and the Ricardi farmstead arise on lands that were important during the Roman times and the Middle Ages. The Ricardi farmhouse, before taking its name from the Ricardi di Netro, was called Majole. The Ricardi, above all, is immersed in a perfect harmony of silence and natural beauty; and when cherry, pear, apple and peach trees bloom in spring, the farmhouse remains suspended in a white-pink cloud, crossed by the flights of a hundred life-crazed birds.