|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Situated in the island of Salina: the Aeolian Park Island, the Accommodation is probably the best location in Malfa. It is both in the centre and right next to the path to the beach. The house is ancient and in Aeolian style; the traditional architecture that characterizes the constructions of the Aeolian islands. It is a a simple but cozy house and has a rustic feel, with lots of outdoor space to sit in. The cottage is in the local traditional style: flat roof and thick walls to keep the heat away. It comprises of two separate bungalows. The main one with kitchen, two bedrooms with two double beds and a single bed, a living room with a sofa bed for a total of 6/7 beds, and a toilet, whereas the other bungalow comprises the shower room.
Outside there is a good amount of space: there are two large patios, a small garden and a terrace garden with uninterrupted views of the sea, Panarea island and Stromboli island where you can see lava from the volcano at night.
The best way to get to Salina is taking a bus at Catania airport to Milazzo port, and from there, a boat to Eolian Islands. Otherwise, twice a week, you can take the boat from Naples to Salina.
Please, ask me for timetables.
Included in the price:
Costs of water, electricity and gas.
Whites: bed linen and towels
A welcome breakfast at check-in
Arrival and departure every day.
Handing over the keys from me or a person I trust.
By all means feel free to call in case you should need anything or need help.
If anything breaks, no worries, but do please let me know.
Malfa is a comune (municipality) on the island of Salina, the greenest of the seven. Aeolian Islands, in the Province of Messina in the Italian region Sicily; located about 140 kilometres (87 mi) northeast of Palermo and about 80 kilometres (50 mi) northwest of Messina.
Malfa, a tranquil village on the wilder north coast that tumbles down a hill towards the cobalt sea, green mountains soaring over it.
Malfa is famous for producing the sweet white wine Malvasia. The fertile soil produces tons of capers that are an essential ingredient to much of the local cooking,
All the towns on Salina have a different charm - Malfa (Salina's largest town) Santa Marina of Salina and Rinella are Salina's towns.
Malfa is generally considered the preferred town and includes the village of Pollara. and the famous Pollara Beach where 'Il Postino' was filmed,
Santa Marina of Salina’s port for planning day excursions by boat.
Salina’s name comes from the salt pans that had been in Lingua, Salina’s southern most point. The salt pans (at the end of the road) are now lakes for migratory birds. At Lingua there’s a narrow beach and some Roman ruins.
Rinella also has a beach – black volcanic sand.
All the places are easily reachable by car or by bus service.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£173|
Acconto con bonifico bancario.
Saldo il giorno dell'arrivo.