(Text automatisch übersetzt) In einer charmanten historischen Villa im Jahr 1800, am Rande des Naturparks von den Inseln der Lagune. Das Haus besteht aus einem Haupthaus (120 qm) und andere 3 unabhängigen Wohnungen (35, 50 und 90 Quadratmeter). Aus dem Garten, wo es auch Gemüse-und Obstgarten, Zugang zu Wohnraum, jeder mit seinen eigenen Platz im Freien. In allen Zimmer strahlen eine mediterrane Atmosphäre, ein idealer Reise durch Empfindungen und Farben der alten Sizilien, natürliche Materialien und traditionelle, mit Objekten, die ihre Erfahrungen zu erzählen, mit absolutem Respekt für die Geschichte und die bereits vorhandenen Dinge. Eine verjüngende Rest in einen Ort voller Natur und Kultur nur wenige Schritte vom Meer entfernt, umgeben von Weinbergen, wo die Zeit langsamer vergeht umgeben. Eine Insel in der Insel, mit seinen bunten Kochsalzlösung bei Sonnenuntergang und die seltenen rosa Flamingos, die zwischen den alten Windmühlen schweben.Das Hotel liegt in einer strategisch günstigen Lage, in einer Umgebung, die Sie Schätze und Traditionen der Vergangenheit zu entdecken lädt, Salinara Villa, bietet die Möglichkeit, bequem historischen Sehenswürdigkeiten sind einzigartig in der Welt.Ein paar Kilometer erreichen Sie das Zentrum von Marsala (12 '), Trapani (30'), Erice (40 '), Mazara del Vallo (45'), Salemi (40 '), Segesta (40'), Custonaci (50 '), Selinunte (1h), Scopello (1h), Cave di Kues (1h) und die alte Anlegestelle für Mothia Radfahren nur 10'.Die angezeigten Preise sind nur für den Hauptteil und bis zu 4 Personen.Jede weitere Person von 100 bis 200 Euro pro Woche.
Our party of 4 adults stayed for 12 days at the beginning of September 2014 at Villa Salinara, near Marsala in the province of Trapani, Sicily. We stayed in two parts of the large house - the lovely Emporio of Grapes and the smaller and less fancy Aqua Santa house. The Emporio was impressive on arrival, Aqua Santa less so. One wall of Aqua Santa needed painting following some re plastering works but it provided a large airy room with a fantastic shower room. Emporio is stunning - being a former chapel it has a lovely high roof above a fantastic long dining table and comfy lounge area. It has a beautiful and practical kitchen. The fridge freezer clucks like a chicken which made us laugh but it was ample and an excellent place to store our grappa! The bathroom is a bit dark and would be nicer if painted a lighter colour. At first one can be forgiven for thinking some things here are a little basic - but as the cares of every day life fall away as you relax into your stay the simplicity of the accommodation and beauty of the stone, marble, tiles and wood around you helps to accelerate that feeling of chilling out and generally focussing on the simple sheer beauty of the place. The grounds are pretty and we loved using the outdoor barbecue area each night with bats flying low over the fig trees at dusk. There is a pretty secluded grassy area with hammocks under trees at the front of the property for a relaxing space too. Shan the Sri Lankan general tinkerer and odd job chap on site is lovely, bringing us fresh eggs from the resident hens most days . Ever helpful with directions and on hand to sort any issues around such as a loss of hot water to the shower sometimes! Immediately resolving things which was great. Adriano and Yumi the owners are also most helpful. Adriano gave us a good grounding in things to do and see in the area and their very helpful leaflet about the house and the surrounding area is fantastic. The restaurant recommendations good - especially La Pineta at Selinute which was a fantastic beach restaurant. Marsala was lovely and the fresh fish and produce market a must for the wonderful large barbecue in the garden that you just have to use. Roasted sea bream and courgettes do very nicely on it! And we would recommend amongst many other things a visit to Favignana, Egadi island. Take the ferry from Marsala, hire bikes and explore. If you are looking for a peaceful, simple and rejuvenating stay Vila Salinara is ideal.
Abbiamo trascorso una settimana splendida a Villa Salinara lo scorso mese di agosto. La villa è estremamente accogliente e buon curata, i padroni di casa sono stati molto gentili, sempre disponibili ed attenti ad ogni nostra richiesta/esigenza. Ci siamo sentiti in vacanza e a casa nello stesso tempo, ci siamo goduti il magnifico giardino davanti la nostra casa, ricco di alberi da frutto e piante di ogni tipo. Nono posso che consigliare a tutti di prenotare una vacanza a Villa Salinara. Per quanto mi riguarda spero di poterci tornare anche il prossimo anno!
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here. I was welcomed by Adriano and Yumi. The villa is full of beautiful details, it's spacious and my room had a very comfortable bed. Yumi prepared a delicious strawberries marmalade and Adriano was able to give me tips of where to go around Marsala.
The best part about Villa Salinara is its location, a 5 min walk to the sea which has a small wooden bridge on the sand with clean blue waters and plenty of sun!
This place is nice to stay and exactly as described! Sitting at the balcony and looking at the sun dawn into the see - face to face to Africa - great!
Many household machines for cooking and washing, even a juicer, and also WiFi - perfect!
We enjoyed to stay there and will come back another time! THANKS!!!
We had a great stay at Villa Salinara. We were greeted with a beautifully illuminated villa, local wine, local bread, dry tomatoes, and instructions containing anything and everything we could possibly need in english.
This place has the best of both worlds-the privacy and beauty of being in nature. If you're looking for a unique and memorable experience, this is the location for you.
It was very clean, spacious and tastefully decorated with gorgeous authentic tiles and lovely old furniture. The bathrooms facilities were good (powerful hot shower) and having a kitchen was great. We didn't expect to cook much but actually ended up making food a couple of nights. There is a fantastic food shop close by and the tomatoes from the vegetable garden were incredible! Not to mention the lemons and the figs!
Adriano is such a lovely person, he communicated well with us and picked us up from the airport, and went out of his way to help us to find the restaurant.
Location is good if you don't want to be surrounded by tourists.
We had a fantastic time and would recommend to all of our friends and family in Japan. Thank you Yumi and Adriano!
We spend one week in this beautiful apartment in June 2011. It was absolutely fabulous. This old traditional building is lovely reconstructed and decorated up to every detail! It has this lovely atmosphere of an rustic sicilian cottage.
Yumi and Adriano were perfect hosts making us feel as their welcomed guests, they showed us around in the area and gave us tips where to go or where to buy what. We could pick vegetable from their organic garden, and we even had our own herbal garden next to the terrace.
We enjoyed every minute we stay there!
The cottage itself is situated in a quiet and non-tourist area, that allows to really feel in touch with the people, nature and environment.
By using the bicycles that belong to the house, we were able to explore the surroundings and go to the nice places for dinner or for spending the daytime.
We can absolutely recommend this place and would return, if we get the chance to go to Sicily once more!
The villa inside had lots of space for the 14 of us and had everything we needed (hairdryer, bed linen, towels, etc.). The bed was especially comfortable and we could catch up on some sleep.
We had some meals out and cooked some in the wonderful kitchen. There were also supplies of coffee, fresh eggs and lots of fresh vegetables from the vegetable garden. The dishwasher in the big kitchen meant we did not have to do much washing up which is great on holiday.
There is a lot of space to relax outside - we had breakfast outside most mornings and lovely Sicilian wine in the evenings next to the fig tree.
On one afternoon when we came back from the Marsala market with a lot of fresh products we had a gorgeous long lunch under the trees in the shade. And what a luxury to have such fresh figs to go with the local cheese :-)
Yumi and Adriano also provided many leaflets, maps and brochures about the area and information about anything happening close by which was very useful. They were very hospitable, welcoming and friendly and even provided us with a gorgeous bowl of fresh fruit on our first morning. They were always on hand and happy to stop and chat or provide advice on good beaches or suitable outings. They never walked past us without a friendly greeting and really made us feel at home.
It is a brilliant base from which to explore the area - we made trips to Erice, Trapani, Custonaci, Selinunte, Segesta, the Marsala beaches as well as the beaches between Torre San Teodoro and Birgi. The weather was spectacular!
We especially loved Marsala being so close - such a gorgeous town with lots of photographic opportunities, wonderful fish market, friendly people, great shops, lots of opportunities to wander, explore and have coffee. And we were bowled over at the reasonable prices - you certainly cannot sit down in Tokyo, have two coffees in such amazing surroundings and pay just two euros.
A week was too short and we wish we could have stayed longer. There were lots of places left to explore so we will have to come back...
Thanks very much to Yumi and Adriano for making our stay such a pleasant one, we loved the villa and after having driven past many other decided this one was the prettiest!
(Text automatisch übersetzt) Vincenzo Florio - Salinara Villa liegt in der Nähe Marsala, Provinz Trapani, nur 15 km vom internationalen Flughafen von Trapani entfernt. Mit dem Flugzeug, zu einem der folgenden Flughäfen zu bekommen: * Flughafen Trapani-Birgi - ein Auto mieten oder ein Taxi nehmen. * Flughafen Palermo - Vom Flughafen nehmen Sie den Bus zum Flughafen von Trapani-Birgi Airport. * Flughafen Catania - Catania Stadt, um mit dem Bus nach Marsala. Es "immer noch möglich, ein Auto von allen Flughäfen mieten. Mit dem Auto: * Von Palermo: folgen Sie der Beschilderung zur Autobahn Palermo / Trapani nach Marsala und weiter, dann Internat für großen Komfort. * Von Catania: Nehmen Sie die Autobahn nach Palermo. Mit dem Schiff: * Die wichtigsten Häfen mit Sizilien (Catania und Palermo) verbunden: Genua, Livorno, Civitavecchia, Neapel.
(Text automatisch übersetzt) Unter Archäologie, Natur, Essen und Wein! Nähe von guten Restaurants mit typischer Küche. Ausflüge in der Stadt Marsala (7 km) und seinen berühmten Weinkellern. Bootsfahrten bei Sonnenuntergang mit einem Aperitif an Bord. Frische Eier und Bio-Gemüse um die Ecke. Verpassen Sie nicht die süßen und Cous Cous Bar Michaels Trattoria Garibaldi. Das beste Restaurant in der Hahn und in der Liebe. Das beste Brot in der Bäckerei Ingoglia von Sizilien!
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