Giuseppe Garibaldi spent the last 26 years of his life in the splendid setting of Caprera, which represented a constant point of reference between one undertaking and another. In this peaceful place, surrounded by greenery and the colours of sea of the Maddalena Archipelago, he envisioned and prepared actions that marked the history of the Italian Risorgimento (Unification). A visit to the 'Casa Bianca' (White House), where the Hero of Two Worlds settled down after the death of his wife, Anita, and the abandonment of his children. You will be surprised by the contrast between the general's glorious past and the simple, rustic architecture of the dwelling. The frugality is disconcerting: white masonry walls, with a flat roof, similar to the dwellings that Garibaldi came across in Montevideo and in other places where fighting took place over the freedom of the South American people.