It is a bright, lovingly prepared studio apartment on the upper floor of a rustic farmhouse made of natural stone. Access by independent external staircase. Living with a double bed. Kitchen and bathroom, with its own small library. There is a view from the apartment and terrace overlooking the sea and the Aeolian Islands. The country house stands on a large plot with Mediterranean vegetation such as palms, bananas and cacti and overlooks the sea. The property is located in a quiet location just outside of the somewhat higher pottery village of S. Stefano di Camastra.
Location: Our garden plot is located by the sea and has many warm sun and shade areas, which the guests can use. The wide view of the Tyrrhenian Sea in the summer months allows you to enjoy the sunrise over the sea and the sunset over the sea. We have a small pottery workshop and the possibility of creative activity. For those interested in visiting the island's main city of Palermo or other points along the north coast of Sicily, they can use their own cars or the property has easy access to the railways.
The town of Santo Stefano di Camastra is known for its Majolica-pottery, that has originated from here for more than 300 years, mainly because of the local clay deposits. Two stylishly renovated ancient palaces are home to a well-equipped museum and a historic library. Friendly cafes invite you to linger. In the many ceramics shops there is surely something for everyone's taste. The area around the house is still dominated by agriculture and also provides the opportunity to purchase fresh vegetables. Trip destinations: Cefalú, the historical city visited by Goethe, between the sea and the massive 270-m-high rock 'Rocca di Cefalú'; Tindari, the sanctuary of a black Madonna and grandiose view to the Aeolian islands and the nearby sand lagoons; Nebroden-Park with its large cork oak forests and the Madonien Park with dramatic cliffs, hiking and good hearty cuisine.