A splendid example of a late Renaissance noble villa, Palazzo Magherini Graziani stands halfway up the hill in an open panoramic position overlooking the Tiber Valley. The villa was built by Carlo Graziani, an exponent of the typhernate family of Tuscan origin, at the beginning of the eighteenth century by commissioning the architect Antonio Cantagallina. The villa is municipal property. The farmhouse is home both to a guesthouse with rooms that host socio-cultural activities, and the operational headquarters for the excavation campaigns of the Villa of Plinio Il Giovane of the Archaeological Superintendence of Umbria, the Universities of Perugia and Alicante (Spain). There is in fact an archaeological museum of the above mentioned villa systematically investigated since 1986.