"L'ora dei Forni" is the name of the famous disco-radio and pizzeria that has made history on the island from the '70s to the' 90s. Now it is a small residential complex with a garden inside an ancient quarry in the village of Favignana, but in a much quieter and more green area, the area of S. Anna
2 houses are rented:
"LA PERGOLA" 4 beds
"THE GIRLS" 5 beds
They can be rented separately or together, because they have outdoor spaces of exclusive relevance and independent entrances, but they enjoy some common areas.
They are suitable for families or groups of friends. Small pets are allowed.
The houses are located in the village, near Piazza S. Anna, 2 steps from the town center, 10 minutes walk from the port, but in a much quieter area compared to summer traffic. About 300 meters away from the nearest bathing sea.
* THE HOUSE "LA PERGOLA" is a typical Favignanese building composed of a large single room, high, with vaulted tuff stone vault, with a loft in blue painted wood, under which a dining area has been arranged.
The house sleeps 4 (2 double beds), one is down and one is on the mezzanine.
The room is refreshed by a Rowenta standing fan with "silence night" and "turbo boost" function.
Adjacent to the main room there is a small built-in kitchen and a full bathroom with a shower.
Outside there is a pergola equipped for outdoor dining, a terrace on the roofs from which to appreciate the view, deck chairs, outdoor shower, barbecue and other outdoor spaces in common with the other house "The Girls".
* THE HOUSE "LE RAGAZZE" is a two-room apartment composed of a triple bedroom (one double and one single) and a kitchen with a sofa bed (2 beds), plus a full bathroom with shower.
The roofs are sloped with exposed wooden beams. The room is refreshed by a Rowenta standing fan with "silence night" and "turbo boost" function.
Outside there is a patio for outdoor dining, a laundry area, and spaces with exclusive green of the house, deck chairs, outdoor shower, barbecue and other outdoor spaces in common with the other house "La Pergola".