- 6 guests
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
Adjacent to the historical, flourishing and majestic Piazza della Magione, there is the surprising and harmonious Magione14 . A sweet and relaxing flat, very comfortable thanks to the cheerful natural light that enters through large and panoramic windows with comfortable little balconies, which in turn allow one to admire the splendour of the surrounding historical areas. The location is certainly strategic, a few steps away from the Norman Basilica of the Holy Trinity (more commonly known as the Basilica of the Magione), the botanical garden, the Ajutamicristo palace and all the most majestic historical and cultural attractions of Palermo’s historic centre.
The flat is furnished with care and a lot of creativity; a modern and fresh style with classical contaminations has made it a very special and elegant place. Pastel colours, warm dark wood and eccentrically coloured accessories make every room in the house stimulating and curious. By creating clever spaces, experimenting with custom-made furniture and unique creations, it offers plenty of space and different areas for recollection.
It rises on two floors: On the first floor, we encounter a living area with comfortable sofas and TV, a large dining table, a very refined and well-equipped kitchen, and two double bedrooms with spacious wardrobes and a bathroom with shower. Accessing the upper floor, we encounter a small relaxation area with a sweet canapé, a double bedroom with white wooden beamed roofs, and a bathroom with a comfortable skylight and a large shower.
- 3 double bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms with shower
- Full equipped kitchen
- Air conditioning
- Wardrobes in the room
- High speed WiFi
- Full kitchen
- Double beds
- Autonomous heating
- Writing desk
- Satellite TV
- Palermo airport, 33 km
- Central station, 600 mt
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, we guaranteed the weekly use of 50 Kw/h of electricity and 20mc3 of gas.
The extra consumption will be €1 per Kw and €2 per cubic meter of gas.
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.
Scopello is a seaside village located near Castellammare del Golfo in the province of Trapani, known for its magnificent blue sea. From the sea of Scopello emerge two large stacks, which have become a local symbol. A stop not to be missed is the Tonnara di Scopello, where you can also organize guided dives and boat tours.
Castellammare del Golfo
Castellammare del Golfo is a seaside town within Trapani’s Province, known for its secluded coves and sandy beaches bathed by a fabulous sea. Among the main attractions, we find the Arab Norman Castle, also known as Castello a Mare, the Mother Church, the sea museum and the Church of the Madonna della Scala. You can try various typical fish-based dishes, and we advise you to taste the “cassatelle”, a typical local dessert.
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.