Sumptuous furnishings and neoclassical architecture
In the heart of the baroque town of Ala, the palace borders one side of the centrally-located Piazza San Giovanni. Malfatti and Azzolini, are the names of the families that owned this prestigious neoclassical-style building. The year of construction is unknown, but the current imposing façade was depicted in an eighteenth-century fresco.
The building is shaped like an “L”: the wide base overlooking the square, while to the south the plan narrows and opens up onto a large garden with a fountain.
From May to September, the first Sunday of each month, you can visit Palazzo Malfatti-Azzolini thanks to guided tours to the old town center organized by the City of Ala.