VILLA MARINA BEACH
Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Villa Marina Beach, direct exit to the beach (6 persons)
Villa locates in 10 meters from beautiful beach. You just need to open small door from the garden and exit directly to the beach, without passing any road. In encirclement is delightful landscape with greens, pine-trees, unforgettable Sicilian mountains and azure sea with 4 islands which possible to see with clear sky. Near the entrance is green terrace with dinner table. In addition in garden are well-arranged barbecue. And there is garden around villa.
85qm of space consist: well equipped kitchen, living room with sofa (for 2 additional sleepers)+ 1 extra bed for adult, 2 bedrooms twin and double + 1 cradle (cot) bed for children max 6 years old, bathroom, washing machine, max 6 +1 persons + 1 baby, terrace with garden furniture. In addition there is the shower in garden. Private parking place. Wonderful, carefully grown garden encircle this house with palms, cypress. In 15 minutes walking distance there is amazing acquapark, your children will like to visit it.There is similar accommodation closely, if you have numerous company max 12 persons. Villa located in prestigious seaside district and only 5 km from Cefalu. Nearest airport - Palermo 65 min., Catania 110 min. 25 min walking distance are pizzeria and good restaurant and Supermarket
Cefalu is well-known European seaside resort with beautiful medieval, full of history town in the heart. Cefalu is the most beautiful place of Sicily. On the central square upraise Duomo cathedral, ancient monastery and watching towers on the cape tops of seaside mountains. Possible organize excursion in Castelbuono, it's not so far distance, town with affecting panoramic Mountain View, visit their ancient castle. Also in Cefalu accessible sea walking to islands Lipari and Vulcano, Panarea and Stromboli. You will have unforgettable impression from each 20 min. eraption of vulcano Stromboli. There are too much different excursions and beautiful places to visit. I am a tourist guide and will give you all necessary information. Cefalu developed tourist centre with full service for guests: many excellent restaurants, rent car and motorbike, souvenir, antiquarian and all omnifarious shops.
Transfer, house keeping, bed cloth and towels, expenses, electricity for extra pay. Please be informed that in check in date you should to pay extra: fee for gas, water and electricity 1,78 euro per night per person if total number of persons 4 and 3,58 euro per night per person if 2 persons.
If you need a car we can offer you a car for rent with price 35 euro per day, also we can meet you in airport.
Do not hesitate to ask me additional information. My languages english italian and russian
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Gorgo Lungo 5 meters|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ|
The Sicily region
The province of Palermo comprises eighty-two cities, many of which boasting a remarkable historical, cultural or naturalistic importance. Palermo, the Sicilian capital city, is a major tourist destination, dotted with plenty of amazing monuments such as the Cathedral, the Chiesa della Martorana, the Norman and the Zisa Palaces and a beautiful historic centre that in July hosts the famous Feast of St. Rosalie. Visitors may enjoy spots of folkloristic interest as well, like the Vucciria, a highly picturesque city market, and the Museo dei Pupi, founded some thirty years ago, dedicated to the traditional Sicilian puppet theatre, drawing tourists from around the world.
The Second World War bombings and an earthquake in 1968 produced catastrophic effects on Palermo, which, nonetheless, soon managed to regain its former splendor.
The city's traditional cuisine is worldwide appreciated. Among the major specialties are the pasta 'cche sardi (pasta with sardines), panelle – sort of pancake made with chickpea flour –, seafood, fish and vegetable specialties; the sweet sfince, torrone and ice-creams close this delicious menu.
Cefalu', the town that King Roger built
Cefalu'Just one hour's drive east of Palermo, sitting serenely between its natural bay and the towering rocky granite mass of La Rocca, is Cefalù.
For a small town, Cefalù offers a great deal, including sandy beaches, winding Mediaeval streets flanked with all manner of shops, excellent restaurants serving the freshest of fish and last but probably first, its unique Norman cathedral.
While Cefalù's origins go back to at least Greek times (the name derives from the ancient Greek word for "Cape"), the town we now know and love was built at the behest of the Norman King, Roger II. Construction of the Cathedral began in 1131 and is an exquisite example of what has been termed "Sicilian Romanesque". Thanks to the splendid mosaic of Christ Pantocrator above the altar, it is twinned with the Palatine Chapel in Palermo and the Duomo in Monreale. Seeing all three on a trip to Sicily is strongly recommended.
Also of interest is the Mediaeval wash house - "lavatoio" - which is fed by a natural spring and the Osterio Magno which, according to tradition was King Roger's very own residence. It now houses art exhibitions.
An ascent of La Rocca presents quite a challenge (especially in the hot summer months) but is an absolute must: the views are spectacular, while the walls of the old Saracen stronghold and the remains of a Temple of Diana (which supposedly dates back to Sicanian-Greek times) are of no little interest.
Directly south of Cefalù is the wonderful Madonie National Park with its charming villages and towns, such as Castelbuono, its delightful scenery, its impressive mountains and some wonderful walking.
It is no coincidence then, that after Taormina and Palermo, Cefalù is probably the most popular tourist town in Sicily, offering, as it does, something for everyone.
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