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Elegant and recently renovated with a stunning sea view, Balcone della Rocca is located near 'la Rocca', one of the most suggestive areas of the whole Historical Center.
The apartment is on 3 levels and has two entrances: from the one on the bottom, you will access a first double bedroom with bathroom and shower. Then, after a few stairs, you will enter into a kitchen/living room area with balcony and the second entrance. Here you will find a few other stairs that will allow you to reach the upper level, where there is another master bedroom with bathroom, shower and a balcony with sea view.
Complete with all possible comforts, this property includes tv, and air conditioning (heating and cooling) in every room.
Tourist License / Licencia de turismo N °: IT05712810828
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AU$322 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Situated on the northern coast of Sicily, about 70 km from Palermo, Cefalù is a town of about 15,000 inhabitants and one of the greatest seaside resorts in the province of Palermo. The town, which is part of the Madonie Park (Regional Nature Park, which includes fifteen municipalities in the province) is included in the club of the most beautiful villages of Italy, which means a unique combination of small Italian towns which are distinguished by artistic, cultural and historical interest and by the harmony of the urban livability and services to citizens. Built, probably at the end of the 5th century B.C., on a promontory dominated by an imposing rock, Cefalù took its name from the Greek Kefaloidion, whose meaning is bound with the characteristic shape of the rock that rises above it, like a head. Over the centuries the town was dominated by Greeks, Syracusians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Normans. Traces of a pre-Hellenic settlement are the megalithic walls, which surrounds the current historical center, and the Temple of Diana, situated high on the rock, La Rocca. The Roman domination influenced the geometric and regulated urban layout, while traces of the Byzantine age (crenellated walls, barracks, storage tanks, churches and furnaces) are located on the rock where at that time inhabitants lived. The town however, is most famous for its medieval feel and monuments at the base of La Rocca.
How to get there
Airport: Palermo: 100.0 km
Railway: Cefalù: 0.8 km
Ferry: Cefalù: 1.0 km
Horse Riding Nearby, There Are Tennis Courts Nearby, Watersports Nearby, Nearest Beach: 0.3 km