Greta holiday home with daily rates per person ALL INCLUSIVE. The rates shown are for one person and per day with a reservation of at least 4 days for 3 people and include: linen (sheets, blankets, towels, tablecloth kitchen table) and utility bills (gas, electricity, waste).
The house has 4 beds, plus two beds on a comfortable sofa bed in the living room.
The house is located in the beautiful Sicilian countryside, 4/5 km from the beaches and the village, was completely renovated in 2014, furnished with new furniture and is equipped with air conditioning.
Composed of independent kitchen complete with utensileria, crockery and all the appliances (DISHWASHER, MICROWAVE, refrigerator with freezer, electric oven, gas hob), bathroom with shower and washing machine, living room with sofa bed and two bedrooms, one on the ground floor with a safe and the other loft with a balcony overlooking the living room. Outside it is composed of about 100 square meters of private outdoor area, an area in front of the kitchen of about 40 square meters with veranda of about 15 square meters furnished, outdoor shower and walk-in for fresh "rinsed" on returning from the sea.
You can choose the type of beach you like best: pebbles from Guidaloca, from sand from Castellammare del Golfo, from the rocks, Scopello or from the Zingaro natural reserve with its crystal clear waters, the thermal baths of Segesta (private structure or the spring with a natural public bath for warm and romantic baths, even at night) and at about 25 km the beautiful sandy beach of San Vito lo Capo.
Castellammare del Golfo is a wonderful seaside town that is located in a strategic location between Palermo and Trapani where you can easily reach the main tourist places of Western Sicily.
Is 45 Km from Palermo Falcone-Borsellino airport, 50 km from Trapani. Castellammare can easily reach the most important archaeological sites of Western Sicily (Segesta famous for its thermal waters and the imposing temple and amphitheater, Selinunte / Agrigento and the Greek temples, etc.) And the tourist town of Erice (Lovely medieval style town ), Marsala, the salt pans of Trapani, Palermo, Monreale, tuna and Faraglioni of Scopello, the island of Mozia, etc ..
The port, with its Norman castle that looks out over the Arabian Gulf, is very lively and is very pleasant and romantic walk about on foot. Early in the morning local fishermen sell the fish caught at great prices in the night. At the harbor you can rent a boat / inflatable boat (even with skipper) or take the boat for trips along the beautiful coast from Castellammare to San Vito lo Capo, admiring the wonderful caves and fantastic backdrops, as well as mini cruises to the islands of Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo.
Cheerful and entertaining are the evenings of the summer Movida both in the country with theme Festivals and in the equipped beaches of the Playa di Castellammare. In summer you can enjoy the open-air cinema in the amphitheater on the back of the town hall.
From 19 to 21 August celebrates the Madonna del Soccorso, patroness of the city. One of the most significant events as the re-enactment of a historic naval battle between English and Spanish, which occurred in 1718 just in the waters off the coast of Castellammare. Characters in period costume, fireworks and special sound effects make it possible to retrace the historical events simulating the battle at sea and the fire of the castle! "
The Sicilian cuisine is excellent and very cheap compared to the rest of Italy: in local restaurants you can find freshly caught fish, tasty bread, delicious spaghetti and vegetables, freshly picked fruit and vegetables. Do not forget the tasting of some typical products of the castellammarese tradition as for example the Sicilian cassata, the cannoli, the Sicilian granita, the arancine, and then again:
• the "cous-cous di pesce" (in Castellammare and especially in San Vito lo Capo)
• "pane cunsatu" (homemade bread with cheese, oil, oregano, salt, tomato and anchovies)
• "sfincione" (pizza with tomato, cheese, anchovies, oregano),
• "cassatelle" (desserts filled with sweetened ricotta and chocolate drops),
• the fruits of "marturana" (made with almond paste).