The residence is located on the Gulf of Castellammare, a few hundred meters from the sea, consists of 8 independent villas, 2 apartments and 6 double rooms (one with kitchen). Each villa has 2 bedrooms, kitchen-living room and bathroom, with verandas and garden with barbecue (for 5 people); apartments (for 2 or 4 persons) are composed of 1 or 2 rooms, kitchen and bathroom; double rooms are composed of a bedroom with bathroom and small terrace entrance. All rooms are equipped with TV and air conditioning. The residence has a swimming pool overlooking the Gulf of Castellammare with panoramic views. Possibility of wireless internet from the lobby.
...something Balestrate: Overlooking the Gulf of Castellammare, on a rocky promontory, lies BALESTRATE lies in a beautiful seascape. Extending from east to west for miles, two wonderful beaches of fine golden sand, shallow and crystal clear water. Balestrate is a welcoming country, developed around the ancient village of fishermen on the beach, offers visitors the chance to spend some quiet days at sea or in the countryside.
Its strategic position allows to reach various locations in the north of Sicily, Palermo and historical wonders in the province, like Monreale and Cefalù, or the fascinating areas of the province of Trapani, Erice, San Vito Lo Capo, the Zingaro nature reserve with famous sites archaeological Selinunte, Segesta and Mozia, in addition to the Aeolian Islands and Egadi.
The meeting point is the main square with its bars and cafes, lively entertainment during the summer. Not many pizza shops, restaurants, taverns, bars, pubs and clubs to spend a pleasant evening.
The coast is characterized by beautiful sandy beaches with crystal clear water and reefs, and shoals of the sea are ideal for families.
In addition to the free beach are beaches that offer food services, games and animation.
Near the waterfront there is a forest of pines, eucalyptus and tamarisk trees, equipped with facilities for picnics and barbecues, with beautiful landscapes that attract tourists and curious, even in low season.
Balestrate is not only famous for its sea, boasts a carnival of great importance, tied to a legend passed down orally from one generation to another: 'The Dance of the Shepherds.'