La Cala Terrace
- Amazing view of the port of palermo
- Innovative and elegant style
- Palermo airport, 31 km
- Palermo central station, 3 km
- Trapani airport, 109 km
- Catania airport, 214 km
- 1 double bedroom
- 1 en-suite bathroom
- 1 service bathroom
- Full equipped kitchen
From its sunny and comfortable terrace you can admire the beautiful and colourful port of Palermo; La Cala Terrace is a riot of innovation, design and elegance. Its modern style, with great attention to detail and the use of refined materials in intense colours contrasting with the soft, relaxing tones of the environments, creates a gratifying and relaxing atmosphere. Entering the flat, we are welcomed by a large, bright and well-furnished entrance hall, which separates the living area from the kitchen and invites us to discover the upper floor by means of a staircase made of single steps with an optical effect. The living area is first composed of a relaxation area made with soft armchairs and an innovative fireplace, continuing there is the TV area with a comfortable and spacious sofa and behind it an elegant dining table. On the opposite side of this area, there is a fully equipped kitchen island, with the possibility of using the island for eating meals thanks to the presence of designer stools. The presence of a service bathroom facilitates mobility in the flat without any difficulty. Accessing the upper floor is the sleeping area, with a large and bright double bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom with a view, bathtub and a shower with seat. The special feature of this floor is the presence of two comfortable terraces; one with a practical wooden outdoor set to enjoy the beautiful days in total relax and another one, even more spacious, built on two levels to diversify the areas, the dining area with its table and the solarium area with sofa and armchairs. The view is certainly enviable and brings an additional richness to this splendid residence, built to convey a love of good style and harmony.
Pets are not allowed. Parties and/or Events are not allowed.
Please communicate the time you arrive in order to facilitate check-in.
Late arrivals (after 20.00) are subject to a cash payment to the check-in agent of:
- €20 from 8pm to midnight;
- 30€ from 24h to 02h;
- 40€ after 02h;
For consumption, the weekly use of 50 Kw/h of electricity and 20mc3 of gas is guaranteed. The extra consumption will be €1 per Kw and €2 per cubic meter of gas.
On the slopes of Mount Caputo, a stone’s throw from Palermo lies the Norman town of Monreale. A wonderful place full of history, like an open-air museum. What makes it famous and recognisable is certainly its majestic cathedral, dedicated to Santa Maria la Nova, in Arab-Norman style.
The second most important Byzantine work in the world and part of the Unesco heritage. The town is built around this jewel, and it is interesting to walk through its streets and note how different ethnic groups contributed to its enrichment; such as Arabs, Byzantines, Normans and Spaniards.
Adjacent to the cathedral is the monastery of San Benedetto, just a few steps away is the diocesan museum with its frescoes, and its great highlight is the belvedere over the entire valley of the ‘Conca d’oro’, a magical view of the city of Palermo and surrounding areas.
Just a few steps from Palermo is Bagheria. Known historically as one of the most popular destinations for noble families for their summer holidays. This is why it is called ‘the city of villas’;
Today, in fact, the main attractions include a considerable number of villas in majestic Baroque style. The natural and unspoilt landscape offers the possibility of spending unforgettable days at the seaside, accessing picturesque coves or purely maritime locations such as the Bay of the French, Capo Zafferano, Porticello, Sant’Elia and Aspra.
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.
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.
Sferracavallo is an ancient fishing village located a few kilometres from Palermo and Mondello. We recommend Sferracavallo to lovers of the sea and to enjoy fresh fish. This town is known for its restaurants that offer fish-based menus and the crystal clear sea. A few steps from the village, you can reach the well-known port of Barcarello and reach the Capogallo reserve.
Terrasini is a seaside resort just a few minutes by car from Palermo airport and a few kilometres away from the city of Palermo. You will find nature reserves, sandy beaches, and a crystal clear sea in this location. It is also the ideal destination to taste typical Sicilian cuisine.