Casa delle Terre di Mezzo
- Fantastic villa with swimming pool with mountain view
- Perfect for stays even out of summer season
- Palermo Airport 131km-81,40miles
- Trapani Airport 211km-131miles
- Catania Airport 136km- 84,50miles
- Car Necessary
- 1 bedroom with king size bed
- 1 bedroom with two single beds
- 1 bathroom
- Kitchen with dining table
- Washing Machine
Let yourself be welcomed into the magical atmosphere of the Casa Nella Terre di Mezzo, a luxurious rustic-style residence surrounded by native vegetation and millenary olive trees.
Immersed in nature, the Casa nelle Terre di Mezzo is just 15 minutes by car from the renowned Lampare beach, made up of pebbles, in Castel di Tusa, known for its crystal clear water. Going east in about 1 hour by car you can reach the typical fishing village of Capo D’Orlando while going west for about 33 km you can visit the famous town of Cefalù.
In the villa’s outdoor area, you can take a dip in the beautiful swimming pool surrounded by olive trees and relax on the sun loungers. In addition, a dining table and a BBQ area are also available outside to enjoy local products in the pristine fresh air.
Inside the house, you will find a double bedroom, a dining area and a well-equipped rustic kitchen. Also on the same level, there is a living room furnished with two sofa beds, a bathroom with shower and a sitting room with fireplace.
Casa nelle Terre di Mezzo will immerse you in a unique atmosphere characterized by a rustic and rural aspect without giving up any comfort that the structure can offer.
In the area in front of the villa, the owners cultivate a vegetable garden and make available to guests the organic products collected.
Pets are allowed on request. Parties and/or Events are not allowed
Refundable security deposit euro 500. Consumption included: 160 Kw / h of Electricity 100 MC3 Gas - Extra 0,7€/KWh; 1€/MC3 gas. Compulsory final cleaning 130 Euro - Extra cleaning on request - Change of sheets and towels on request - Tourist tax to be paid locally
Capo d’Orlando is a village located a few kilometres from Cefalù. The extended beach of Capo d’Orlando is characterized by pebbles and a crystal clear sea with a low backdrop. Many families appreciate this destination in summer, where it is also possible to try the typical dishes of tradition with a sea view. Finally, from the port of Capo d’Orlando, you can take excursions to the Aeolian Islands.
Lascari is a town in the province of Palermo a few kilometres from Cefalù. It is characterized by an immense beach that stretches for 3km, where you can spend days with your family and dive into the fresh waters of the Lascari sea. The best-known beaches are the Salinelle beach and the Gorgo Lungo beach.
At about 90km from Palermo, you can reach Pollina, a historic and picturesque village located inside the park of Madonie at about 750m of altitude. By going to Pollina, you’ll be able to breathe the pristine air. You will also enjoy a breathtaking panorama rendered unique by the mix of the green forest of the Madonie and the blue sea. Finally, Finale di Pollina is famous for its immense beaches, situated a few km away from Pollina.
Parco delle Madonie
The Madonie park is one of Sicily’s most important historical, cultural and natural heritage sites. Its rocky impact, in contrast to the coastal strip, makes this place unique and allows countless species of fauna and flora to live in protection in a continuous evolution. Even among the highest peaks, there are ancient monasteries, ruins and evidence of dwellings dating back to prehistoric times. This geo park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are various activities to be enjoyed, such as excursions to the Tiberio gorges, walks to sanctuaries and assisted trekking.
Castelbuono is one of the most beautiful villages on the island, thanks to its strategic location and the perfect combination of art and nature. Of Byzantine origin, it has countless priceless historical buildings. Strolling through the streets of the centre, one can see the different types of architecture linked to the change of ethnic groups, and the emerging talent of young artists is highly valued by dedicating special galleries to them. The central square is dominated by the large Old Matrix Church, with its Gothic bell tower, a place of great curiosity. Rising inland and being part of the Madonie Park, the surrounding nature makes the air fresh and pleasant and offers a great quality of life.
Petralia Soprana e Sottana
Located at the foot of the Madonie Park, in the Province of Palermo, are two atypical villages according to Sicilian tourist traditions: Petralia Soprana and Petralia Sottana; mountainous and picturesque villages.Visitable in one day, they offer sensational, bucolic landscapes with numerous pastures. The buildings made entirely of stone, the countless historic churches and the typical narrow streets make these places unique. Having undergone several dominations including Roman, Byzantine, Islamic and Norman, they present a curious and unique aspect of history.
On Mount Barone, with Mount Etna in front, stands Gangi; one of Sicily’s award-winning medieval villages. It is marvellous for the art that rises from its stones and for the narrow streets of the centre enriched by splendid houses with their flowered balconies, a remarkable number of churches and extraordinary historical palaces. Being immersed in nature, it is possible to enjoy it by taking long horseback rides, trekking and excursions to discover a wide variety of fauna and flora.
Parco dei Nebrodi
The Nebrodi Park, a protected natural area in Sicily, not only enjoys a unique and rare landscape, but also offers the possibility of visiting it, exploring it and doing outdoor activities in close contact with a genuine and uncontaminated nature. Its considerable altitude provides a climate that is always cool and harsh during the winters, but its wonders can be visited at any time of year. There are dense forests, lakes, natural waterfalls and incredible panoramic views. The naturalness of this place allows the local fauna to live freely and it is possible to encounter species that are very rare and wanted all over the world.