The house consists of three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The one bathroom has a jacuzzi and the other has a shower. Equipped kitchen with crockery for 10 people. Fridge and freezer available. Dining table in front of the wood stove with 10 seats. On each side of the wood burning stove is the view amazing through the two large windows facing the sea. Firewood is in the garden. The open floor plan from the entrance through the living room, kitchen, dining room to wood burning stove and sea view provides a nice atmosphere for socializing, eating and relaxing in front of the fireplace. The surface indoors is about 100 square meters. The roof rack is about 60 square meters and the terrace down to the sea is about 40 square meters. Underfloor heating is available in every floor so accommodation is comfortable all year round. For a comfortable indoor climate when it is warmest, there is AC in all areas.
Sunbeds and sitting areas are on both terraces.
From the terrace to the sea there are a few steps to the beach which are sometimes the most sandy and sometimes mostly rocky. It's a natural beach and it's almost entirely for itself. Some ladies from neighboring houses sometimes come down for a while. Somebody sometimes comes down to dive or pick vongole.
Termini Imerese is a city with about 30,000 inhabitants and is located about 3.5 miles east of Palermo. The city has a beautiful view of both the sea and the mountains. It is divided into two parts of the height difference. Bass is the lower part and Alta is the upper part. Between Alta and Bassa is the oldest part of the city and a nice walk down via Rome is recommended. Here you can also make small avenues among the winding narrow and typical alleys. Up in Alta there is Belvederen where you can enjoy the sea view and the city park, Palmieri. From the city park you see the house down at the seaside, about 800 m down. There are several cafes and restaurants at and around Belvederen. A restaurant with local menu is available here, Napé. The perhaps most exclusive restaurant is located in Bassa and is called Secondo Tempo. There is also an English-speaking chef and the menu is more international. In Bassa is also Cafe Opera, a modern Sicilian cafe. There you can also have lunch. A walk along the fish and vegetable street, Dei Bagni down in Bassa, can be terminated on the cozy little square where chocolateria, bar with good food and simple restaurant share in the square.
Grocery stores are located in Alta, Gisa and down in Bassa, Crai.
There is also a public beach adjacent to the Bassa. Every Friday all year round, the market is down in Bassa. There, everything is sold from sewing thread, clothing, vegetable utensils, seafood and locally produced cheeses.
The mountain above the town is called Caloghero and there are hiking trails about 9 km north of the house. A little further south lies Caccamo where there is a beautiful castle, the Castellet to visit. Cefalu is a place that is located about 3 miles east of Termini where it is more prepared for tourists and the sandy beach is nice. Both Cefalu and Palermo are easy and cheap to go for a day trip.