At this point we suggest to go inland, crossing the "Pineta di Ponente" (West pine-wood) reaching the Via Fratti. Here turn right and go along Via Fratti until the junction with Via Vespucci, where you will find the Villa Argentina, at the moment in restorations, which features the biggest ceramic decorative display in the city. From Via Vespucci go back towards the sea until you cross Via Buonarroti, where you turn left. Continue until the junction with Via D'Annunzio, where you will find Villa Nistri and Villa Tomei. Going along Via D'Annunzio towards the sea wou will find the Villino "Il Guscio" (the shell), and the noteworthy Villino, at the corner with Viale Carducci. Turn left in Viale Carducci and continue along the Promenade at the seaside. Here at the junction of Viale Manin and Via Via Verdi you will find the Villino Sofia. Continuing in Viale Manin you will find the Villa Crastan Arrighi at the corner with Via Zanardelli. Finally you reach Piazza D'Azeglio where the Villino "Parva Domus Magna Quies" is found.