Sciacca Suite Apartment - Sciacca Suite Apartment

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Apartment, Raucher | Zimmer | 2 Schlafzimmer, kostenloses WLAN, Bettwäsche
Apartment, Raucher | Zimmer | 2 Schlafzimmer, kostenloses WLAN, Bettwäsche
Apartment, Raucher | Zimmer | 2 Schlafzimmer, kostenloses WLAN, Bettwäsche
Apartment, Raucher | Zimmer | 2 Schlafzimmer, kostenloses WLAN, Bettwäsche
Apartment, Raucher | Zimmer | 2 Schlafzimmer, kostenloses WLAN, Bettwäsche

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Highlights der Unterkunft

  • Kostenloses WLAN
  • Küche
  • Nichtraucher
  • Klimaanlage
  • Kühlschrank
  • Wäscherei
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Sciacca, Sicily
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  • 4 Apartments (Rauchen nicht erlaubt)
  • Klimaanlage
Sich wie zu Hause fühlen
  • 2 Schlafzimmer
  • Küche
  • Eigenes Bad
  • Fernseher
  • Wasserkocher mit Kaffee-/Teezubehör
  • Haartrockner

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===== Exterior =====

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Sciacca Suite Apartment is a nice apartment located in Sciacca Città, near the historic center in a small building on the second floor without a lift.
The house is furnished in a modern and very functional and comfortable style, ideal for a holiday, has a beautiful kitchen, very bright and welcoming living room, a nice bathroom with shower, two air-conditioned bedrooms, one double and the other with two single beds. castle for a total of 4 beds, in addition the house is served by tv wi-fi oven, washing machine, dishes ..

The property is located in a quiet area and close to the historic city center within walking distance, the area is well served nearby there are bars, restaurants, shops. The City of Sciacca offers so much, from the beautiful and historic Old Town where you can admire the ancient churches, the very characteristic narrow streets of Sicily, the shops, the restaurants where you can delight the typical local dishes, and the beautiful spring evenings and summer, accompanied by folklore and much more.

Furthermore, the City of Sciacca has a favorable position where a few kilometers you can reach many sites to visit .. In just 40 minutes you can reach the City of Agrigento where you can admire the Temples of the Ancient Greeks, as well as the same city of Selinunte too known for the Temples of the Ancient Greeks, reachable in 40 minutes. just 10 minutes you can reach the city of Ribera famous for the production of oranges, and for historical sites such as the Castle of Poggio Diana and the Necropolis, and the ancient churches, and the surroundings such as the natural reserve of the River Platani, the villages dating back to to the Fascist period, and the famous beaches that surround it, and finally always nearby, there is the famous Scala dei Turchi and many other local sites, where we will accompany you to visit all these beautiful sites and many other sites and experiences that we will do visit during your stay.

- Outdoor: The property is located in a quiet area and close to the historic city center within walking distance, the area is well served nearby there are bars, restaurants, shops. The City of Sciacca offers so much, from the beautiful and historic Old Town where you can admire the ancient churches, the very characteristic narrow streets of Sicily, the shops, the restaurants where you can delight the typical local dishes, and the beautiful spring evenings and summer, accompanied by folklore and much more.

- Services: Services included:

• Bed linen and towels
• Water, electricity, gas, heating
• Laundry (shared by all accommodations)
• Internet wifi

Services not included

• Extra cleaning € 90.00
• Extra towels € 6.00 / person
• Extra linen and towels € 12.00 / person

- Attractions: Sicily is Sicily

Sicily, Italian Sicilia, island, southern Italy, the largest and one of the most densely populated islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Together with the Egadi, Lipari, Pelagie, and Panteleria islands, Sicily forms an autonomous region of Italy. It lies about 100 miles (160 km) northeast of Tunisia (northern Africa). The island is separated from the mainland by the Strait of Messina (2 miles [3 km] wide in the north and 10 miles [16 km] wide in the South). The capital is Palermo.

CLASSICAL CROSSROADS

Seductively beautiful and perfectly placed in the heart of the Mediterranean, Sicily has been luring passersby since the time of legends. The land of the Cyclops has been praised by poets from Homer to Virgil and prized by the many ancient cultures – Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Elymians, Romans and Greeks – whose bones lie buried here. Whether in the classical perfection of Agrigento's Concordia temple, the monumental rubble of Selinunte's columns or the rare grace of a dancing satyr statue rescued from Mazara del Vallo's watery depths, reminders of bygone civilisations are everywhere.

MEDITERRANEAN FLAVOURS

A delectable layer-cake of culinary influences, Sicily's ancient cuisine continues to rely on a few key island-grown ingredients: shellfish and citrus, tuna and swordfish, pistachios, almonds and ricotta. Talk to the septuagenarian chef at a Catania restaurant and she'll confide that she still uses her grandmother's recipe for pasta alla Norma, joyfully sharing the poetic imagery that links it to Mt Etna: the tomatoes are lava; the eggplant, cinders; the basil, leafy greenery; the ricotta, snow. Modern chefs may play with the details, but Sicily's timeless recipes – from the simplest cannolo to the most exquisite fish couscous – live on.

Siciliy's Superlatives

The Valley of Temples in Agrigento

The large complex of temples and tombs in Agrigento dates as far back as 500 BC and includes Sicily's best preserved Doric temple-Tempio di Concordia-one of the most perfect to survive anywhere. Along with it in the eastern group is the Tempio di Juno Lacinia, almost as large, and in the western group is Temple of the Olympian Zeus, the largest of them at 40 meters but toppled by an earthquake. The circular Doric Tempio di Heracles, also in the western group, was destroyed by the Carthaginians and rebuilt by the Romans, only to be partially destroyed in an earthquake. The entire group is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Cathedral of Monreale

The cathedral of Monreale reflects at once the politics, religion, and artistic heights of Sicily under the Normans. And in doing so, it also achieved a place in the art history of Europe, all the more remarkable because it remains today almost exactly as it was built in the 1100s. The cathedral's architecture represents the move away from Eastern Byzantine forms, but its decoration with dazzling mosaics-considered the church's magnificent highlight-keep it firmly in the Byzantine traditions. They cover every available surface, in intricate illustrations of Biblical text and themes rendered in vibrant colors and with exceptional artistic virtuosity.

Church Mosaics in Palermo

Two of Palermo's three major churches, the Cappella Palatina and Santa Maria dell'Ammiraglio, better known as La Martorana, are famed for their mosaics. Those in the chancel of the Normans' court church, Cappella Palatina, are thought to be from 1143 and the mosaic of Christ between Peter and Paul from about 1350. Other highlights of the church are the Arabic stalactite ceiling, the pulpit on carved and inlaid pillars, and the tall candelabra. La Martorana's beautiful mosaics are also from the 12th century on a gold ground and are the oldest of their kind in Sicily. The image of Christ is the centerpiece, and elsewhere in the vaulting, dome, apses, and narthex are scenes from the New Testament.

Eastern Temples at Selinunte

One of the largest and most significant of Sicily's ancient sites, Selinunte has eight Greek temples dating as far back as the fifth century BC, plus the nearby Temple of Demeter. The most important are those known as the Eastern Group, labeled by letter: Temple G for its impressive size and Temple E for its architectural grandeur, considered the highpoint of the Classical period. Temple G, now in ruin, was among the largest of all Greek temples. In a separate section is the large Acropolis surrounded by defensive walls, some dating from the seventh century BC. Temple C is the largest and oldest, from about 550 BC, and sits on the highest ground.

Mount Etna

Etna is an enigma; even its height is never certain as it changes with each new eruption. But at more than 3,000 meters, it rules the skyline with its often-smoking cone. Volcanic vents, fumaroles, hot springs, and lava flows add to its changing landscape, much of which you can explore (although not too close to the central crater) on foot or in all-terrain vehicles designed for traction in the volcanic surface. Roads lead to the base of cable cars, which will take you to the 2,500-meter point, an easy day trip from Catania or Taormina. In the winter, you can ski near the summit.

Villa Romana del Casale in Enna

A 12th-century landslide buried this sprawling Roman villa outside Enna, thus preserving it almost intact to be discovered and excavated eight centuries later. One of the best-preserved villas anywhere in the Roman Empire, it still has most of the original decoration. In the 50 rooms so far excavated are more than 3,500 square meters of mosaic floors with detailed scenes from mythology and contemporary life, including hunting wild animals for use in gladiatorial combat. The thermal baths with their colonnaded courtyard and fountain are especially beautiful. The villa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Parco Archeologico della Neapolis, Syracuse

One of the largest theaters in the ancient Greek Empire is a good reason, but not the only one, to visit the archaeological park in Syracuse. The view of the excavations as you approach along Viale Rizzo will give you an idea of their extent, which includes both the Greek Theater and a large Roman Amphitheater. The massive Altar of Hiero II dates from the third century BC, a century later than the 15,000-spectator Greek Theater. The Roman Amphitheater is from the third century AD and is partly hewn from the bedrock.

Discover Sicily and start building your trip!

THEME ITINERARIES

SICILY IN BLUE - THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACHES
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/discover/sea/

SICILY OF SMALL ANCIENT VILLAGES
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/discover/borghi/

SICILY - ART, TRADITION AND ANCIENT TRADES
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/discover/arte/

GREEN SICILY - PARKS, RESERVES AND OUTDOOR SPORTS
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/discover/active-holidays-eng/

SICILY FOR KIDS - THE PLACES FOR FAMILIES
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/discover/family/

THE SICILY OF THE SOUL - THE WAYS OF FAITH
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/sacred-journeys/

SICILY - AN OPEN-AIR MUSEUM - ITINERARY OF ARCHEOLOGY
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/discover/archaeological-sicily/

SICILY - ALONG THE PATH OF WRITERS
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/the-street-of-writers/

SICILY - THE MAGNA VIA FRANCICEGNA
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/the-magna-via-francigena/

SICILY - THE VIA DEI CASTELLI DELL'ETNA
https://www.visitsicily.info/en/the-route-of-etna-castles/

- Parking: public parking in the main street

- Local Transport: Travel to Sicily

AIRPORTS
Fly to Sicily by arriving either at Catania Airport (CTA) or Palermo Airport (PMO). Which airport to use depends both on the convenience of the flight and of the destination airport, because Palermo is in eastern Sicily and Catania is in the western part of the island.

TRAIN
Book passage on an Intercity (IC) or Eurostar (ES) train. Although Sicily is not connected to the Italian mainland by bridge, trains are ferried from Villa San Giovanni in Calabria, the toe of Italy's boot, to Sicily. Passengers do not even need to disembark from the train for the roughly one-hour passage.

BUS
Ride a bus or drive a rental car to Sicily. Bus companies like Interbus run routes from major Italian cities to Sicily, and drivers can depart from virtually anywhere in Italy. Car ferries depart from Villa San Giovanni, which makes it a transit point in common for cars and buses, as well as trains.

SEA FERRY
Book passage on a passenger sea ferry from elsewhere in Italy. In Italy, these ferries depart from Cagliari, Genoa, Livorno and Naples. International ferries travel to Sicily from Malta and Tunisia. Most ferries arrive in Palermo, but some go to Syracuse, as well as smaller port towns on the island.

===== Interior =====

ENVIRONMENTS

modern and comfortable apartment on the second floor of a building without a lift located a few minutes walk from the historic center of Sciacca in a very quiet residential area

The house consists of:

living area
a beautiful kitchen, very bright and welcoming living room, equipped with a stove with burners, oven, refrigerator with freezer and dining table for people; sitting area with 3-seater sofa, satellite television and French window.

sleeping area
1 double bedroom (160 x 190 cm.)
1 small bedroom with bunk bed (80 x 180 cm)
complete bathroom with window, toilet, sink, shower and washing machine

Linen and towels are provided free of charge; we provide free toiletries, toilet paper, rugs and towels.
Toiletries: shampoo-shower, hand soap.
In the rooms there are also: mirror, wardrobe, hangers, bedside tables and lights

CLEANING
Cleaning is done at each change

INTERNET
wifi internet available throughout the hotel for free

AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
the house is air conditioned and is very well ventilated so you don't feel the heat too much
The heating is autonomous

CHILDREN
Children are welcome and we can provide cots and high chairs in each room upon request
I provide toys, children's books.

ACCESSIBILITY'
the house is not accessible to people with motor mobility as it is necessary to climb about 15 steps to reach the entrance door of the apartment

VIEW
The view is on the surrounding neighborhood

NOISE
the house is located in a residential area so it is quite quiet

ANIMALS
your 4-legged friends are welcome but must be reported before arrival

PARKING AREA
free public parking on site

- Sitting Room: a beautiful kitchen, very bright and welcoming living room, equipped with a stove with burners, oven, refrigerator with freezer and dining table for people; sitting area with 3-seater sofa, satellite television and French window.

- Kitchen: a beautiful kitchen, very bright and welcoming living room, equipped with a stove with burners, oven, refrigerator with freezer and dining table for people; sitting area with 3-seater sofa, satellite television and French window.

- Bedrooms: 1 double bedroom (160 x 190 cm.)
1 small bedroom with bunk bed (80 x 180 cm)

Linen and towels are provided free of charge; we provide free toiletries, toilet paper, rugs and towels.
Toiletries: shampoo-shower, hand soap.
In the rooms there are also: mirror, wardrobe, hangers, bedside tables and lights

- Bathrooms: complete bathroom with window, toilet, sink, shower and washing machine

Linen and towels are provided free of charge; we provide free toiletries, toilet paper, rugs and towels.
Toiletries: shampoo-shower, hand soap.

===== Apartment Policies =====

Arrival between 15:00 and 20:00
Departure within 10:00

Not included in the rental price and to be paid on the spot:
Final Cleaning (mandatory): 82.00€
Late Arrival (after 23:00) (on request): 50.00€

Included in the rental price:
Bed Linen and Towels (initial set)
Use of the Kitchen
Heating
Utilities
Internet Wifi
Air conditioning
Pets
Washing Machine
Key collection service
Tourist tax

Sprachen

Englisch, Griechisch, Italienisch

Auf einen Blick

Anreise/Abreise

  • Check-in von 15:00 Uhr bis 20:00 Uhr
  • Mindestalter für den Check-in: 15 Jahre
  • Der Check-out ist um 10:00 Uhr

Einschränkungen im Zusammenhang mit Ihrer Reise

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  • Bitte wenden Sie sich an die Unterkunft, um Informationen zum Check-in zu erhalten.
  • Bitte kontaktieren Sie die Unterkunft mindestens 24 Stunden vor der Anreise, um den Check-in zu arrangieren.

Beim Check-in erforderlich

  • Kreditkarte, EC-Karte oder Bargeld-Kaution für unvorhergesehene Aufwendungen
  • Personalausweis oder Reisepass ggf. erforderlich
  • Mindestalter für den Check-in: 15 Jahre

Haustiere

  • Haustiere sind nicht gestattet

Ausstattung der Unterkunft

Internet

  • Kostenloses WLAN

Küche

  • Kühlschrank
  • Herdplatte
  • Toaster
  • Wasserkocher mit Kaffee-/Teezubehör
  • Gefrierschrank

Schlafzimmer

  • 2 Schlafzimmer
  • Bettwäsche wird bereitgestellt

Badezimmer

  • 1 Badezimmer
  • Dusche
  • Haartrockner
  • Handtücher werden bereitgestellt

Unterhaltung

  • Fernseher mit Digitalempfang

Wäschereieinrichtungen- und service

  • Waschmaschine

Komfort

  • Klimaanlage
  • Heizung

Haustiere

  • Haustiere nicht gestattet

Eignung/Barrierearmut

  • Keine Fahrstühle
  • Nichtraucherunterkunft

Allgemeines

  • 4 Zimmer
  • Max. Gästeanzahl: 4
  • Größe der Einheit: 70 Quadratmeter

Gebühren & Richtlinien

Obligatorische Gebühren

Sie werden darum gebeten, die folgenden Gebühren der Unterkunft beim Check-in oder Check-out zu zahlen:
  • Die Stadtverwaltung erhebt eine Tourismusabgabe von 1.00 EUR pro Person/pro Nacht.

Kinder- und Zustellbetten

  • Alle Gäste, auch Kinder, müssen beim Check-in anwesend sein und einen amtlichen Lichtbildausweis bzw. Reisepass vorlegen.

Bestimmungen

In dieser Unterkunft gibt es keinen Aufzug.

Diese Unterkunft akzeptiert Kreditkarten.

Aufgrund nationaler Bestimmungen sind Bargeldtransaktionen in dieser Unterkunft nur bis zu einer Höhe von 1999.99 EUR erlaubt. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie auf Nachfrage direkt bei der Unterkunft. Die Kontaktinformationen finden Sie auf Ihrer Buchungsbestätigung. 

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Bietet Sciacca Suite Apartment - Sciacca Suite Apartment eine kostenlose Stornierung und vollständige Rückerstattung an?
Ja, Sciacca Suite Apartment - Sciacca Suite Apartment bietet auf unserer Website vollständig erstattungsfähige Zimmer. Wenn Sie einen vollständig erstattungsfähigen Zimmertarif gebucht haben, können Sie bis wenige Tage vor Ihrer Anreise stornieren, je nach Stornierungsrichtlinie der Unterkunft. Die genauen Einzelheiten zun den Bedingungen der jeweiligen Unterkunft finden Sie in deren Stornierungsrichtlinie.
Erlaubt dieses Apartment Haustiere?
Haustiere sind leider nicht gestattet.
Welche Check-in- und Check-out-Zeiten hat dieses Apartment?
Der Check-in ist zu folgenden Zeiten möglich: 15:00 Uhr–20:00 Uhr. Check-out ist um 10:00 Uhr.
Verfügt dieses Apartment über Restaurants oder gibt es welche in der Nähe?
Ja. Zu den Restaurants in der Nähe zählen Trattoria La Buona Forchetta (7 Min. zu Fuß), Il Grappolo (7 Min. zu Fuß) und Trattoria La Vecchia Conza (8 Min. zu Fuß).
Gibt es bei Sciacca Suite Apartment - Sciacca Suite Apartment eine Küche oder eine Kochnische?
Ja, es gibt eine Küche. Es sind eine Kaffeemaschine, ein Toaster sowie ein Kühlschrank vorhanden.
Was gibt es in der Umgebung von Sciacca Suite Apartment - Sciacca Suite Apartment zu sehen?
Sciacca Suite Apartment - Sciacca Suite Apartment ist nur 18 Minuten zu Fuß von Hafen von Sciacca und 6 Minuten Fußweg von Porta Palermo entfernt.

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