B&B Portatenea

Via Atenea, 2, Agrigento, Sicily, 92100, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Atenea, 2, Agrigento, is near Temple of Concord, Eraclea Minoa, Temple of Hercules, and Duomo (Agrigento).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsB&B Portatenea Agrigento

    Reviewed by williampotter

    Extremely helpful

    Reviewed Sep 28, 2012
    by (4 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    On arrival, in Agrigento, it seemed the staff at the local tourist information and at Port Atenea B&B could read our minds, with all the help in maps and suggestions we could need. The room was very comfortable and provided with all mod cons. The roof terrace was a great place to relax and breakfast, with a fine (distant) view of the temples. The position was also just 2 mins walk from the station and, despite being at the busy end of the lively main street, the double glazing blocked out any noise.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews B&B Portatenea Agrigento

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    Travel Blogs from Agrigento

    Agrigento Adventures

    A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 04, 2014

    2 comments, 26 photos

    What happens when it rains in Sicily, I wondered to myself as I enjoyed yet another al fresco dinner in Palermo last Saturday evening? On Sunday night I found out! Sitting at the same lovely trattoria, the heavens opened! It came after a lovely sunny, blue-sky day, first a couple of intermittent spits, then some very large drops splashed onto the 20 or so outdoor tables, and suddenly it was a torrent. Waiters rushed around trying to place people indoors, which was already fairly ...

    Valley of the Temples

    A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 23, 2014

    13 photos

    ... side of the island - get a tan on our right sides, for a change, as we sit in the afternoon sun. The beach is very long, and is formed in beautiful fine sand. There were scarcely any people around and the kids had a great time digging holes and running crazily in and out of the water. We got home late, so after quick showers all round went up to a restaurant in Bagheria (no, I was wrong the drivers here are just as insane as in Agrigento!). When we got there the ...

    Get me off this island - everything is GUASTO

    A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 06, 2014

    14 photos

    ... will also happen. One uneventful ride later, and we find ourselves in Agrigento.



    One thing I have learned during these past few days: NEVER assume that anything works like it should, or AT ALL for that matter, even if it is listed in the guidebook. We get to the train station in Agrigento, where we should find lockers to store our bags. We do, after a once-over of the entire station, but of course, they ...

    Valley of the Temples (on the ridge)

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 02, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... was a place I had heard of, but only because it shares its name with a restaurant at home. The UNESCO World Heritage listed Villa Romana del Casale, in the commune of Piazza Amerina, was essentially a holiday house for various early notable Romans including Marcus Aurelius Maximinianus (think Russell Crowe in Gladiator) before being destroyed by some guy called William the Bad. The archeologists ...

    Home of the Godfather

    A travel blog entry by sueandmark477 on Aug 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... at the most grotesque sights they have called the Catacombs, that house approximately 8000 mummified bodies from the 16th century, didn't stay to long it was a bit creepy(maybe not for Palermo). Next we went to the Palermo Cathedral(beautiful and massive), then at the heart of the city, quattro canti (rounded buildings at the cross roads of the old city), the fountain of shame (based on a poor attempt at a copy of the ...