About the property
- Apartment645 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
Apartments sea view 2 rooms with loft
BAIA RENELLA RESIDENCE is a complex of apartments overlooking the Mediterranean sea and highly comfortable, located in an exclusive area and in a beautiful location, in the archaeological midway between Agrigento and Selinunte, just 100 meters from the beach and 4 km from Sciacca Terme, a town of ancient origins, rich in monuments and in the archeological itinerary midway between Agrigento and Selinunte, only 100 metres from the beach and just 3 miles from Sciacca the ancient thermal city, reach of monuments and history
6 PEOPLE LOFT APARTMENTS
The apartrments are in a beautiful location and each one faces south overlooking the Mediterranean .
Apartments 2 rooms with loft space, sleeps 6, first floor, have a living area with twin folding sophabeds, kitchenette with fridge, a bedroom with double bed, bathroom with shower, a gallerie with twin beds, a sea view veranda. Parking place.
All apartments are well equipped. You will find: fridge-freezer, 4-ring hob, crockery, cutlery, pans and cooking utensils, etc.
Shared washing machines.
Air conditioning on request.
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- Response time:
- within one day
- English, German, Italian
- Calendar last updated:
- May 18, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Amazing views, peace and quiet and lovely beaches
We had a wonderful time staying at these apartments. They are excellent value, being comfortable, quiet and well-equipped, and all with balconies or terraces with great views across the sea. There is a nice open beach a short walk down the hill, a bigger one with restaurants a 5m drive over the headland (you could walk there too), and you can walk around the area and discover some beautiful little coves. Most people would prefer to have a car to get into town and out and about, but you can hire bikes. The town -- Sciacca -- is fantastic, with great restaurants, bars, cafes, markets etc, and fascinating architecture and history. I highly recommend it, particularly if you dislike very commercial holiday complexes.
Just what i wanted
I stayed in a 1-bedroom version of this flat on the same residence.
The flat was clean and new. the town was great but be aware it's a italian holiday city, so if you don't speak italian be prepared to point and wave. You definitely need to rent a car. For those of you who are not used to cold water (like me), you can enjoy the swimming pools of piscina mollineli. local restaurants and ice-cream shops were great and not that expensive. points to remember: People drive like italians - be careful.
a map or a gps are very good tools.
the shops and bars close for lunch - including supermarkets and pharmacies.
I did a boat tour that leaves from castellamare dell golfo that was beautiful and worthwhile.
Antonio - the manager- was helpful. he came and met us on his lunch hour. in the fridge there was a bottle of water and a plate with fruits. He gave us details of where to find what.
Capo san marco - where the flat is - is calm and you can have a great family holiday.
Just don't forget the water is cold - as cold as england.
you can also see selinunte and agrigento to see the greek temples.
and the etna volcano.
or if you prefer you can visit all the other beaches around there - which are beautiful.
i would go back and recommend to fellow travelers.
Review of Loft Apartment outside Sciacca, W.Sicily
Superbly situated just outside the ancient spa town of Sciacca (pron. SHAKA). The manager even came to meet us on arrival (on his day off) and prepared an impromptu meal. Our Ryanair flight had landed at Trapani airport - a civil airport shared with the Italian airforce. The apartment is approx 1.5 hours drive. Use the Superhighway to just outside Palermo and then head South towards Agigento. Be aware that this is not a hugely touristy area for non-Italians. The restaurants and shops definately require a phrase book and lots of pointing and waving. Driving is Italian - need we say any more. The local beach at S. Marco was good and had lifegurd protection. The mineral spa is well worth a visit - even as a non-swimmer I found that I could easily float in the waters.Sculptures at Il Castelello Incantato also worth a visit. Overall you definately need a hire car and 2 kids would love the loft.
Hope you enjoy as much as we did. It fully merited a 5 for excellent.
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