Corso Angelo Rizzoli, main street of the town.
Rock shaped like a mushroom.
The Villa was built in 1785 by Don Carlo Acquaviva, Duke of Atri,on the site of a farm called “dell’arbusto” (“arbusto” means “ shrub”). In 1952 it was purchased by the publisher and movie producer Angelo Rizzoli who sponsored the reconstruction of the ancient thermal bath, the construction of some big hotels and the restoration of Piazza Restituta in the town centre of Lacco Ameno. Villa Arbusto is not only the seat of the Pithecusae Museum, but has a splendid garden, open to the public.