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Fiesta Athenee Palace Hotel, Roccella

Fiesta Athenee Palace Hotel, Roccella

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Fiesta Athenee Palace Hotel, Roccella


Come to Sicily where you will find this newly constructed hotel right on the Sicilian coast, in the little town of Campofelice di Roccella, only 50 km from Palermo. With free public parking nearby and easy access to the Buonfornello motorway you can quickly explore this rich region. Both Cefalù and Madonie Regional Park are in a 15 km radius of the hotel. You will have immediate access to the hotel’s private beach where you can relax and soak up the sun with your family or friends. The large modern rooms offer comfortable accommodation for the entire family. Both you and your kids will love the daily children entertainment programme. The hotel features a spa and wellness centre where you can choose from a host of services. Together with its sister hotel, Fiesta Hotel Garden Beach, the hotel offers various dining facilities. At the Sala Pompeia and Sala Himera restaurants, you can enjoy a buffet style dinner as you watch the hotel chefs prepare the evening’s specialities. After dinner, live music awaits you at the hotel’s piano bar.

Visit the Rabbit Beach Visit the Cathedral of Monreale
Visit the Valley of the Temples
Visit the temple of Concord
Visit the Villa Romana del Casale
Visit the Mount Etna
Visit the historic center of Noto
Visit the Dome of Siracusa

The Capital of Sicily

Artistic delights abound at every corner, maybe most strikingly in the spectacular mosaics of the Palatine Chapel in Palermo and the Duomo of Monreale.

Palermo, the regional capital of Sicily, is one of those cities with its own very distinct, almost tangible atmosphere, a place of mystery where reality often outperforms the traveller’s imagination and preconceived stereotypes. It is a buzzing Mediterranean centre whose 1 million inhabitants are a fascinating cocktail of apparently conflicting characteristics. Visiting Palermo is still somewhat of an adventure in a world where so many places have become tourist-friendly to a fault. You won’t find many restaurants with menus translated into 5 different languages, you may have trouble communicating in English in many places, and some parts of the old town centre have remained untouched since they were bombed during the war. There are many back streets that have only just opened up to those from without and it is still often difficult to obtain any information worth having. However, this is also a stimulus to those who wish to embark on a little adventure, to discover things for themselves, to dig into the very fabric of the city and to try to understand what really makes Palermo (and its people) tick.

The often faded grandeur of many of Palermo’s wonderful palaces and churches in the centre gives way to popular areas whose way of life doesn’t fully belong to the 21st Century. This is particularly true of the markets, whose Arabic origins are still evident today thanks to their noise, smells, colours, narrow labyrinthine streets, the splendid array of food and other goods on display and the general ‘souk’ atmosphere. 



SICILY EXCURSIONSPRICE PER PERSON
PALERMO SHORE EXCURSION: HOP-ON HOP-OFF SIGHTSEEING BUS TOUR €24
PALERMO STREET FOOD WALKING TOUR €35
MONREALE AND PALERMO DAY TRIP FROM CEFALU €54
SICILIAN COUNTRYSIDE DAY TRIP FROM CEFALU INCLUDING LUNCH €58
MONREALE HALF-DAY TOUR FROM PALERMO €59
MT ETNA AND TAORMINI DAY TRIP FROM CEFALU €60
PALERMO CATACOMBS AND MONREALE HALF-DAY TOUR €70
HALF-DAY TOUR OF MONREALE, PALERMO MARKET AND PALERMO CITY CENTRE €81
FULL-DAY BOAT TOUR FROM PALERMO €138
ERICE AND SEGESTA DAY TRIP FROM PALERMO WITH SICILIAN FOOD AND WINE TASTING €139
AGRIGENTO DAY TRIP FROM PALERMO €139