the beach of Palermo. It is actually separated from the city by a large green park, you can get there from the center in 25 minutes by bus (n. 806) or by car. To attend from April to November, however in the months of July and August it is really too crowded and chaotic since it is a not very…
Mondello is beautiful all year round, however thanks to our climate we have the possibility to enjoy the sea and this beautiful beach during the whole winter. Absolutely recommended for those who like to experience seaside resorts far from the chaos and summer crowds.
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!!!
“If cycling is your thing, look no further than Palermo! There is no greater pleasure in the morning, come rain or shine (albeit in Palermo the sun shines bright all year round), to climb MontePellegrino, the most beautiful promontory in the world (Goethe said), on your bike. I do it everyday and it is worth getting out of bed for”
“Multicultural, historical, sunny town! And if you wish to stay longer do not miss: "Design exclusive charming penthouse 2-7 guests, best central flat also for 2 guests!”
“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.”
“Per fare una corsa nel parco della favorita o scoprire i percorsi sterrati in MTB. To take a ride in the park of the favorite or discover the dirt paths in MTB.”
“The Cathedral of Monreale, founded by William II in 1172 and dedicated to Santa Maria Nuova houses the largest mosaic decoration (over 6,000 square meters) of the entire production of the Mediterranean basin, performed by Byzantine workers, with vetero stories and new Testamentaries and the Christ Pantocrator in the apse. The plant, like the great Cistercian and Cluniac Romanesque cathedrals, follows the model of the Cathedral of Cefalù. The use of bichrome inlays in lava stone, recessed niches with rings, braided arches and chevron enriches the walls of the external façades and the apses, highlighting the architectural ribs. On the right side of the presbytery, there are the sarcophagus in porphyry of Guglielmo I and the marble one of Guglielmo II. The Cathedral is next to the cloister of the ancient Benedictine monastery characterized by arcades with ogival arches with double arches, supported by twin columns, alternately decorated with mosaics. The sculptural plastic of the capitals, engraved with biblical scenes, is a surprising and original example of Romanesque-Mediterranean art, where there is a mixture of formal and ornamental elements with a classic flavor and Gothic elements of Provençal taste.”