Oceano & Mare
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Agrigento
... wine were replaced as they were emptied. So about 10.00 we drove back to the city with disco music blaring inside the bus. We whipped around the old town to see some of the sights we will get to see in detail later today. Meanwhile Edie found a MacDonalds and had some chips and then went shopping. She had a lovely time. When I got back she had the TV on a cable music station and was also enjoying the music. Well a big day ahead so must close for ...
... turning west towards the town of Enna. Mt Etna was clearly visible today. No cloud, no sleet, just clear blue sky. At least we got to see the top even if we could not reach it. Near Enna we stopped at an Autogrille on the autostrada, which had a large selection of food, including salads, grilles and of course the usual paninis. Edie had a Magnum ice cream and she liked it so much she went back and bought a second one. This area of central Sicily is all ...
... ruins in 2.5 hours, but were disappointed to learn that our €10 admission fee did not include admission to the museum (as the guide book stated). That required a special €13 ticket that we had not purchased. We were told it was impossible to exchange the tickets we had bought and we would have to buy new tickets (at €8 each) if we wanted to enter the museum. We did our best to argue with the man selling tickets, as there were no ...
We woke to the smell of pastries warming in the breakfast lounge below at the hotel/seminary. With a courtyard outside, wide hallways and numerous gathering places, this is a wonderful facility, especially for groups to stay. Despite the somewhat institutional feel of the 1960s architecture, we enjoyed our stay and would readily return to this lovely place. Today our only plan was to travel the 110 km to Agrigento. We decided to skip ...
... Unesco world heritage site since 1998.
Along a long rocky scarp, chosen as the southern limit of the town, are still sited the great temples of ancient Akragas: the Temple of Hera (Juno) Lacinia,Concordia, Heracles (Hercules), Olympian Zeus (Jupiter), Castor and Pollux (Dioscuri) and Hephaistos (Vulcan). Further down, on the bank of the Akragas river, near a medical ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed