My accommodation is close to 10 km from the sea, in a village called POLLINA (Puaddrina in Sicilian) is an Italian town of 3,122 habitants in the metropolitan city of Palermo in Sicily. It is part of the Madonie.
Of major importance for the local economy and the entire park Madonie is growing Frassineti to produce manna. Manna, recognized as a Slow Food Presidium, is the sap extracted, through appropriate incisions, from the ash tree.
recently renovated to have all the conditions for relaxing days, I thought about having a comfortable structure and suitable for all seasons and situations.
Rooms airy and sunny, with sweeping views that allow optimal relaxation; There are restrooms, kitchenette, TV and many other amenities. the house, allows overnight not only of families but also of two couples sharing. The bathroom consists of toilet, bidet, bathtub and sink.
if you want a romantic night, a relaxing night, a quiet family day out you are choosing the right place.
Guests will have access from the main road of the country within walking distance from the center, the house is arranged on two floors, in which a floor is the bedroom and in the second floor the kitchen with sofa bed and bathroom.
I try and I want to be able to interact with any questions and concerns of the guests during their stay are at your complete availability (if not personally there will be another person who will replace me)
Activities and attractions According to some historians, Pollina would be the modern heir of Apollonia, an ancient city of Magna Grecia. However, there are findings that corroborate this hypothesis. The tourist development of the area began in the 70s of the twentieth century, when the architect Foscari was built on the lines of the greek theater, an outdoor theater converted from a dolomite rock, in particular color pink half and half white, from hence the name "Pietrarosa". main monuments East Entrance Stone Rose Theatre Church of SS. John and Paul keeps inside masterpieces of art of the '400 and' 500 Sicilian, such as the sculpture of the Nativity made by Antonello Gagini (1526). Church of San Giuliano is the church dedicated to the patron saint of Pollina. Tower Maurolico: an integral part of the defensive system of the castle of Pollina. From 1548 to 1550 it was used by Francis Maurolico which astronomical observatory. Stone Rose Theatre is an outdoor theater made entirely of stone adapting the natural slope that lay at the foot of the Tower. Designed by A. Foscari, it was inaugurated on June 30 of 1979 with "The Samos woman".
La musica è la cucina sono le mie passioni! Amo la natura! Il mio motto è CARPEDIEM! Ognuno di noi ha bisogno di cogliere l'attimo perché si vive una volta sola e quindi la VITA va GODUTA! Buona prenotazione a Tutti!