The 5-room apartment on 1st floor, practical furnishings: living / dining room, TV, exit to the terrace, 2 double bedrooms, kitchen, car gas refrigerator-freezer, shower / bidet / WC, 1 bedroom with 2 beds, bath / tub / bidet / WC, air conditioning (extra), terrace-balcony, patio, terrace furniture. Sea view. Facilities: cot for up to two years, air-conditioning, extra charge, in 3 rooms. The structure: nice villa, built in 2001, 3 km from the center of Altavilla Milicia, 10 km from the center of Bagheria, Palermo 20 km, 30 km Cefalù, in a quiet, sunny position, 400 m from the sea, in a cul secondary. Private: grounds with plants and trees, private pool and outdoor shower.
Palermo, the province with "the most beautiful promontory in the world", Montepellegrino, the Conca d'Oro, the province in which he lived Federico II with his court and where it spread the poetry of the Sicilian School, Palermo place where everything is nature , art, culture and history. Today one of the leading sectors of the economy is tourism Palermo, favored by the natural beauty and monumental (Monreale, Cefalù, Mondello).
Altavilla Milicia set on a lush hill from which you can visually roam from Capo Zafferano Solunto 10 km 30 km Cefalu. The city center is located between the rivers Milicia and St. Michael, on the border between the piedmont areas planted with olive trees and the Tyrrhenian coast, still partly planted with citrus, dominated by the spectacular sandy beaches and countless inlets that define a unique landscape.
Termini Imerese known resort Spa is 10 km from the villa. St. Nicholas Arena and the major marinas Trabia 4 km.
A Villa Cattoltca, home of the Art Gallery of Bagheria, gathered the largest collection of works, paintings, drawings and graphic artist in the museum is entitled (the early oil paintings to the last great painting, "In the room the women They come and go "), while in the garden of the villa houses the great ark funeral dedicated to him by his friend Giacomo Manzu, where Guttuso rests.
Guttuso Museum - Villa Cattolica (Bagheria)
Visits from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9. 30 to 14. 00 and from 15. 00 to 19. 30
CELLARS DUKE OF SALAPARUTA
Through the merger of three historic brands, which have always represented the world in Sicily, Duke of Salaparuta - Corvo - Florio, it has joined the tradition, the history of wine. A Casteldaccia, in fine woods of oak, evolve the reds of the prestigious winery.
Visit the Cantine Corvo Casteldaccia tasting.
From Monday to Friday, from 9. 00 to 16. 00
RUINS OF SOLUNTO
Solunto is one of the three Punic cities of Sicily. From Soluntum offers a magnificent view of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the promontory of Capo Zafferano and the fishing port of Porticello. It was founded by the Carthaginians in the fourth century, perhaps on the remains or near an ancient Phoenician settlement, which remained in control for more than a century, during which the city became a major maritime center. Subsequently fell into the hands of Dionysius the Elder, tyrant of Syracuse, and probably at that time was destroyed, was later rebuilt. During the First Punic War it passed to the Romans. Excavations on this site began in the nineteenth century. They resumed in 1952, and carried out in the following years to unearth a considerable sector of the urban fabric.
In Sicily there are very many possibilities for those who want a holiday in close contact with nature: walking, riding, underwater, canoeing, sailing, cycling, mountain biking.
A useful tool, we propose, is undoubtedly the "guide of alternative tourism in Sicily."