This is a charming holiday property with fantastic country views, that was originally a former farm, and has been carefully restored in a airy modern to rustic style. The cottage is hidden away in a total area of 11,000m sq of olive grove nestled by pine and fruit trees thus permitting privacy and tranquility, yet just a 5 to 10 minutes walk from all amenities shops such as baker, butcher, fruit and vegetable, mini-market, bar and bank. The property is well furnished and equipped, this accommodation provides a high standard of comfort that provides intimacy either for two couples or friends and family holidaying together. It has two bedrooms to sleep 6 persons comfortably with the possibility of an other two extra foldable beds for two more persons upon request at no extra charge. The main bedroom has a kingsize bed and a double sofa-bed with spectacular views from it's own exit to the courtyard, while the other bedroom has an en-suite. The bright living room has an open wood burning fireplace with an adjacent open plan kitchen/ dinning and patio doors opening on to the courtyard.This land, a place of encounter and confrontation of cultures and religions. The result of this wisdom are the exceptional wines that are produced, the renowned olive oils, fishing techniques and a Mediterranean cuisine with a thousand flavors. A trip to this province not only offers the opportunity to enjoy a unique hospitality , but it opens the boundaries of knowledge to civilizations and cultures.The beautiful town of Castellammare, roughly known as the sea fortress because of the medieval fortress protecting the harbor together with the medivial town of Erice have a special lure to them that makes time stop. The white sand and the turquoise waters of San Vito and the sea polished pebble beach of Scopello make one feel in a forgotten paradise.Segesta which is located on the top of Monte Bàrbaro at 305m above sea level, t is protected by steep slopes on several sides and by walls on the more gentle slope towards the temple. The hilltop offers a view over the valley towards the Gulf of Castellammare. The older part of Trapani boasts of a colorful fishing port which is next to the old salt mills, consequently a visit to the old salt museum is also recommended.25 units of electricity per day are include, excess units will be paid locally at local rates. This is to prevent waste of energy whilst guests are not indoors.Wifi is provided at an extra cost of 20€ per week.