Also called Palazzina dei Mulini, the villa hosted Napoleon during his exile on Elba, in 1814.
It was the residence destined to public life, so it was restored in a lavish way with a hall for parties.
All the rooms have been refurbished, but some original piece is still preserved inside as the camp bed of Napoleon.
It is said that the emperor used to spend most of his days in the gardens outside, where it is possible to admire a splendid landscape overlooking the Tuscan sea.
The Villa has been transformed into a National Museum and can be visited by groups of up to 30 people at a time.