Top of the port
- Amazing panoramic sea view
- Surrounded by a big terrace
- Palermo airport, 30 km
- Trapani airport, 112 km
- Catania airport, 210 km
- Palermo central station, 4 km
- 1 double bedroom
- 1 bathroom with shower
- Equipped kitchen
Where the infinite blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea reflects, there is Top of the port; a splendid and luminous flat for two, located among the city’s high floors with an enviable view of Palermo’s port. The predominant presence of sliding glass windows, offers the opportunity to access from any area of the house, the terrace that surrounds the perimeter. Upon entering, we are welcomed by a large living area, with a study, a TV area with a comfortable sofa, a dining table and a functional kitchen with an American-style counter for eating quick breakfasts in total harmony. The double bedroom has a comfortable walk-in wardrobe and direct access to the outdoor area, adjacent there is a large marble bathroom with shower, very elegant and modern. The different styles combined make this flat a rarity for the eyes. The light and soft colours contrasting with the dark and refined antique furniture, enriched by the surrounding seascape, will make your stay an indelible memory not only visually, but especially emotionally.
Pets are not allowed. Parties and/or Events are not allowed.
The use of electricity and gas is not included. The consumption comes at an additional cost of EUR 0.70 per Kwh, EUR 1 per mc3 gas.
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.
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.
Valle dei Templi
The ever-flourishing Valley of the Temples in Agrigento. One of the largest and best-preserved archaeological sites of classical Greek civilisation in the world, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The presence of these indivisible Doric temples dedicated to the Hellenic gods, and the Pietro Griffo Regional Archaeological Museum housing artefacts dating back to prehistoric times, offer inestimable value to this geographical area of Sicily, an area that has been home to numerous literary works such as “Il Gattopardo”. Its close proximity to rivers, unspoilt islands, endless beaches and scenic mountains makes this location a historical nature trail that allows one to experience the authentic essence of Sicily past and present.