The beach is free during most of the part of the year, gets a bit crowded in July and August, I suggest to pay an entrance to the many bathhouses in those months. The port and it's main place is crowed of restaurants that mainly prepare fresh plates based on fish.
Boutique BnB Dolcevita
December 8, 2019
if you want to go to the beach, go to Mondello! You'll find a lot of options for food and drinks here! If you want to rent a sunbed, it costs about 10€ the day... ENJOY!!!
September 13, 2019
I would highly recommend to my Mondello guests as it is a lovely place, a picturesque landscape just 10 km from Palermo. A series of avenues lined with typically Mediterranean plants, which give a relaxing atmosphere to the place, set between the well-known Monte Pellegrino and Monte Gallo, which…
August 10, 2019
The most beautiful beach in Palermo
July 8, 2019
The nearest beach is Mondello and you can reach it by bus. To reach Mondello's beach take bus line 101, 102 or 124 from via Roma to Piazza Castelnuovo (commonly called Piazza Politeama) and then from there take bus line 806 to Mondello.
“Il teatro massimo Vittorio Emanuele di Palermo è il più grande edificio teatrale lirico d'Italia, e uno dei più grandi d'Europa, terzo per ordine di grandezza architettonica dopo l'Opéra National di Parigi e la Staatsoper di Vienna. ENGLISH LINGUAGE The Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele in Palermo is the largest lyrical theater building in Italy, and one of the largest in Europe, third by architectural order after the Opéra National in Paris and the Vienna State Opera.”
“ Il Teatro Politeama Garibaldi (con la parola Politeama si intende un generico teatro dove si danno rappresentazioni di vario genere, e pertanto è improprio utilizzarla per riferirsi nello specifico a detto Teatro) si trova sulla Piazza Ruggero Settimo (a sua volta usualmente denominata Piazza Politeama) al centro di Palermo. / The Politeama Garibaldi Theater ( the word Politeama means a generic theater where different kinds of performances so therefore it is improper to use it to refer specifically to the Theater) is located on Piazza Ruggero Settimo (in its usually called Piazza Politeama) in the center of Palermo. The name comes from the Greek "πολι" (many) and "θέαοαμαι" (look, watch).”
“A Norman church refurbished many times in other periods. It looks baroque outside but once you get in you'll find the most stunning and precious bizantine mosaics of the Norman period. This church is a must see in Palermo, together with the other two in the same piazza!”