With two separated bedrooms, each with independent entrances and bathrooms, this vacation rental in Cefalu consists of 810 square feet and can accommodate up to five guests.
Electric heating, bathrooms equipped with massaging rain showers, private patio, private garden, WI-FI Internet access, satellite cable international smart TV, full outdoor sheltered kitchen veranda that is fully equipped, high chair, crib, baby bath, owner can arrange tours and excursions
Upon request (for an additional fee), the cottage can arrange a variety of body treatments and massages, and a full-time attendant to light lanterns, cook lunch and dinner, and prepare cocktails. Other add-ons are a guided fishing tour, pre-ordered specific grocery items, a cake or special treat to celebrate an occasion.
Please note that this property is located in the heart of the Madonie Park, where there is wild life such as deer, wild boar, skunks, and marmots. The property is equipped with an electrical fence that is not dangerous to people, in order to keep animals away (there are signs are posted on the fence).
The popular resort town of Cefalù sits along Sicily’s northern coast a little more than an hour east of Palermo (Terre Di Bea if 4 miles from its center). A UNESCO designated town and historic fishing harbor, the pretty medieval streets are dominated by a 12th century Norman cathedral and an ancient hilltop fortress. Charming and authentic, it’s known for its excellent restaurants that serve local seafood and wines and its many interesting shops. The beautiful town of Santo Stefano di Camastra, famous for its ceramics and tiles, is within a short drive, as is Polizzi Generosa, where the owner recommends taking the two-hour class and tour of the ancient furnace at D’Angelo ceramic studio, followed by lunch at Donna Lavia agriturismo, featuring Sicilian specialties and authentic recipes from the Madonie Mountains.
Speaking of the mountains, the rugged Madonie peaks are just over an hour drive inland with great hiking and forest trails and several medieval villages to explore. And then there are the famous beaches. One is St. Ambrose, reachable via a characteristic path that starts from the village. Walk along it to discover to one of the most beautiful stretches of the coastline. For day trips, you can venture even further to the seven Aeolian islands, the volcanic chain just off shore. Sicily holds many natural and cultural charms, from Noto to Catania, the sister cities of Ragusa, Modica Scicli and beyond, the island is meant to be explored and savored.
Cefalu, Sicily, Italy. Nearest Airport: Palermo Airport (103km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Sun-chasers should drop in between July and August, while late Spring and early fall can also be pleasant.
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