The castle built between 1899 and 1904, Savoia Castle in Gressonay-St-Jean was where Queen Margherita, widow of King Umberto I, lived for many summers up to 1925, the year before she died. After some resistance from Umberto I, who preferred to stay in the Castle of Sarre for long hunting trips, Queen Margherita obtained permission to build her holiday home. The Castle is actually a large three-storey villa in an eclectic style, characterized by the five neo-Gothic towers. Carlo Cussetti realized the multitude of windows, mullioned windows, mullioned windows and the variety of styles, give it a rather homogeneous and harmonious appearance. The tour is divided into two parts: the ground floor and the main floor. The first one has a main entrance leading to a large hall, with recreation rooms and sitting rooms on one side. On the opposite side is the dining room, richly decorated. The main floor opens up with a wooden staircase bearing griffins and eagles and leading to royal apartments, preceded by a hall. The queen’s apartment undoubtedly occupies the most privileged position; from the windows one can see Mount Rosa and the whole valley in all their splendour.