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Villa Giardino degli Ulivi is a luxurious 5-bedroom villa with fabulous pool and garden set amidst olive, citrus and palm trees in the hills above Palermo, with views over the city to Mondello Bay. The villa is a short-drive to the centre of Palermo and to Mondello beach.
Giardino degli Ulivi is a beautiful and interesting villa with 6 bedrooms and a large private pool which is perfect for a family group or group of friends who want to relax together and experience the unique blend of art, architecture and culture of the vibrant city of Palermo. With 3 public rooms and a library,6 bedrooms and several outdoor areas to relax or eat, the villa encourages peace and privacy as well as togetherness, and is an excellent base from which to enjoy the city.
The beautiful garden has a large 17 metre pool with a lovely paved solarium, and shaded areas for relaxing in the warm weather which the island experiences throughout the year. Being in the hills above the city, cool air surrounds the villa in summer
The villa is named after 'the garden of the olives'. The beautiful garden has a large 17 metre pool with a lovely paved solarium,and quality garden furniture.There area several shaded areas for relaxing in the warm weather which the island experiences throughout the year. Being in the hills above the city, cool air surrounds the villa during the hot summer, and the warm weather can be enjoyed from March through to November.
The villa is also well placed as a base for exploring other parts of the island. Sicily is a treasure trove of historic attractions. Layers of history have created a unique blend of art and architecture, from relics of ancient Greece to the Romans and laterly the Spanish.
There is also the interesting influence that North African culture has left. In Sicily you can enjoy jaw dropping art and culture, the lush countryside, pretty towns and simple, delicious food.
The streets of Palermo are colourful and theatrical, with renowned street food. Palermo has many treasures in its unique blend of art and architecture.
Prices inclusive of power up to 400khw, bed linen and towels, and final cleaning.
Extra power used will be paid directly to the owner
A 1000 euro or equivalant breakages deposit is required.
During colder periods a measured charge will be made for central heating if required.
Maid service can be arranged.
Cooking service can be arranged
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
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Villa Giardino degli Ulivi is situated in a wealthy suburb in the hills above the vibrant, unique city of Palermo, capital of Sicily. The city is a colourful, theatrical place with jaw-dropping art and culture. The food markets of Palermo are notable even in Italy, and the famous Mondello Beach is the place to hang out during the long summer.
There's no other place on Earth like Sicily. The island is a unique place full of art, archeology, history, folklore and breathtaking scenery. And, of course, great food. The seas around Sicily are the richest in the Mediterranean, providing the main ingredient of the simple, delicious food.
Sicily is almost a nation unto itself. The enchanting land where Archimedes taught and Saint Paul preached was a Greek colony, a Roman province, an Arab emirate and a Norman kingdom. The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Swabians, Angevins and Aragonese made Sicily their own, leaving behind an eclectic history that you can still touch today.