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A cottage built in the typical Aeolian style Italy

Arcade Arcade from the back garden
Lemon Tree the terrace with sea overview bed room
living room garden terrace
typical aeolina door/window with curton arcade and door

Cottage in Sicily, Italy

Property Details of Sicily Cottage

This old house, built in the typical Aeolian style, expresses the beauty and tradition of the Aeolian Islands and particularly of Salina, reputed to be the greenest and most natural island of the archipelago. The cottage will offer, even for short periods, the pleasure to sample the atmosphere of the island, to enjoy the intense taste of fruits that grow in the garden, admiring the quiet of the sea from the terrace, but without abandoning the comforts of a renovated and well equipped house. The house can accommodate 4 to 6 people: it consists of 2 large bedrooms, one double and one for 2-3 people (with the possibility of adding a cot), a bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen and a living room with sofa bed. The house is equipped with washing machine, oven and TV LCD 42 '. Each room has its own entrance from the porch. There is a wide terrace with a romantic view of the sea, where you enter the orchard garden. The terrace is equipped to live outside in relax: a wooden table with chairs, a large umbrella and deck - chairs. The house offers a lovely garden, ideal place to shelter from the summer heat! The garden, with sea view, is full of flowers and fruit trees such as lemons, figs, citron, apricots and oranges.

Local Area Details

Salina is a green and fertile land home to around 2500 people 400 different types of plants and topographically characterised by its twin inactive volcanoes Monte Fossa delle Felci and Monte dei Porri that gave the island its original Greek name Didyme meaning twins At 965 and 860 metres respectively these conical mountains provide excellent walking a refuge from the August heat and stunning views Gastronomically Salina is best known for three products fish capers and a sweet dessert wine called Malvasia delle Lipari See accompanying article for more information Capers are an essential ingredient to much of the local cooking adding a certain piquancy to fish dishes and are often combined in recipes with anchovies and olives Traditionally the islands capers were preserved in salt gathered from a small salt lake salina in Italian hence the islands modern name situated south of the town of Santa Marina

A cottage built in the typical Aeolian style Italy Property Information

Location:Sicily, Italy
This Property Sleeps:6
Minimum Price Per Week:€0
Maximum Price Per Week:€0
Nearest Airport: (airport code CTA)

Property Features

  • Close to a beach
  • Pets are allowed
  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Bathroom Bathrooms 1
Bedroom Doubles 2
Heat/Cooling Central Heating, Ceiling Fans
Dining Dining room table, Seating for 6 People, Dining room
Entertainment Hi Fi, TV
Kitchen Crockery & Cutlery Provided, Oven, Freezer, Fridge, Grill
Laundry Washing Machine Provided, Linen Provided, Towels Provided
Living Room Seating for 6 People, Sofas 1, Fold Out Beds Sleeping 1
Local Activities Cycling, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Sailing, Tennis, Water Skiing, Swimming, Walking, Windsurfing, Diving, Snorkelling, Water Sports
Local Area Quiet Bars and Pubs, Restaurants, The local town is Sleepy
Location By the sea, Distance to beach 500m, Distance to convenience store 500m, Distance to local restaraunts <100m, In a Town
Outside Barbecue, Patio, Terrace, Garden, Outside Tap, Outside Shower
Suitability Pets Welcome, Family Oriented, Children Welcome
Accommodation Accommodation Type: Self Catering, Size: Spacious, Changeover Day Flexible
Theme Away from it all, Quiet yet close to local activity

Contact Information for A cottage built in the typical Aeolian style Italy

Name: Il Palmento
Telephone: 0039-380-728146
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Cottage in Sicily, Italy