Details: 7 nights from saturday to saturday at Villa Torre Canalotto in Sicily.
- 10/12 beds;
- 5/6 bedrooms;
- 4 bathrooms + 1 without shower;
Beautiful and ancient farmhouse with infinity pool, located in a Sicilian countryside just minutes from the magnificent excavations of Selinunte and the beaches of Menfi and Porto Palo. The villa, built around an ancient watchtower, is located on a beautiful hill in a garden with citrus fruits, olive trees, palms and cypresses. In the lawn around the villa, a large swimming pool surrounded by greenery and a small pond with papyrus and bamboo. Decorated in a sophisticated blend of old and new, full of charm and still highly functional and extremely comfortable.
- Check-in: The villa will be available to guests at 4 pm on Saturday. The arrival at the villa is expected only between 4pm and 7pm. Late check-in implies an additional charge of € 50 to be paid locally;
- Check-out: The villa must be vacated by 10 am on the following Saturday.
- Garden with old trees;
- Small lake with papyrus and bamboo;
- External patios;
- Large panoramic swimming pool (8.00 x 15.00 m);
- On-site caretaker;
- Air conditioning in all bedrooms;
- DVD player;
- Speakers for IPod;
- Digital terrestrial TV;
- Washing machine;
- Internet wi-fi;
- Cleaning on Saturday;
- 1 set of bed linen + 2 sets of bathroom towels per room.
SERVICES ON REQUEST:
- Extra cleaning of the villa also daily;
- Midweek linen change;
- Breakfast and / or dinner;
ADDITIONAL COSTS (for this purpose a credit card will be required as a guarantee at check-in):
- Extra use of electricity: exceeding 330 kw per week € 0.40 per Kw
- Extra cleaning of the villa: € 16.00 per hour
- Extra linen change: € 24.00 (one bed linen set and two bathroom sets)
- Heating: € 80.00 per day for 12 hours of activation
- Reimbursement for occlusion of drains due to bad use
To be paid locally: tourist tax € 1.00 per person per day
WHAT TO VISIT: In Sicily you will never be short of places to visit: it is a land rich in culture and important archaeological sites, including the Selinunte Archaeological Park and the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento (not far from here is the Stair of the Turks, a large limestone rock face).
Characterized by a myriad of colored splashes are the numerous beaches together with the impressive natural reserves from the mountainous-volcanic territory such as the Etna Park (which hosts the Frost Cave, perennially frozen), the Nebrodi Park and the Madonie Park, perfect for hiking.
Nearby are the Salt Road between Marsala and Trapani, the Egadi islands, the cities of Trapani (with its Colombaia Castle), Erice (medieval city) San Vito lo Capo (with the Zingaro Reserve and the Mangiapane Cave) and Palermo (full of jewels, palaces, markets and the best street food).