Diane Burn, internationally renowned designer, recognized in Architectural Digest and numerous books for her design work in Rome, Paris, San Francisco and New York. Diane has created this magical and peaceful retreat on Taboga island just 20 minutes from the Panama City.
For those looking to experience Europe in the eighteenth century, Villa Caprichosa is the place to go. The design details evoke "romance" and "fantasy," through painted finishes, marble, wooden floors, elegant curtains and the Louis XVI style eclectic furniture.
Villa Caprichosa has the perfect blend of Italian ambiance and tranquillity in the tropics creating a true harmony
The extensive grounds across three levels with gardens, a fountain, an impressive staircase and private spaces, just some of the splendid things one can find in this paradise. Built into a hillside which provides yet another opportunity of wonderful sea views, of the people, the Taboga town, the beach and the passing of ships through the Canal from almost anywhere on the property.
This beautiful Villa from the pool terrace gives us beautiful views of the beach and the island of Morro. A capacity for seventeen people in seven bedrooms each having en suite bathroom. A magnificent lounge with access to the pool, two additional terraces, two kitchens, a laundry room, barbecue and garden. All rooms have air conditioning and a TV.
Taboga Island is a lovely island, located only twelve kilometers from Panama City and easily accessible by sea with a daily ferry or boat. The island has an interesting history of pirates, Henry Morgan being the most renowned; artists like Paul Gauguin have used this place as an inspiration.