Locanda del Castello

Via Monastero Grande, 23, Sciacca, Sicily, 92019, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sciacca

Agrigento and the Valley of temples

A travel blog entry by sam.tank


... which was closed for repairs, so I took a look in the open area, but also had a wander around the museum, which was free to enter, and housed many cathedral artifacts and paintings. There are some really good views from the town down to where the temples are, so I spent a lot of time sitting and taking it in...

So from tomorrow I'll be in hostels all the way, I'll enjoy this last bit of peace and quiet while I can!! I'll hope to update again soon :-)



Valley of the Temples

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath


... get to Mandranova without a car.

Planning my next trip to Sicily. On my list to date is: Matera and the hotel, Le Grotte della Civita; Taormina (town to visit and stay) and Contrada Mandranova (place to stay).

The countryside in Sicily is very picturesque - very green; rolling countryside; villages on the top of hills; vineyards everywhere.

We have had to eat at the hotel the last two nights because the Colleverde Park Hotel is near ...

Ancient Opulance

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath

... and we were greeted upon arrival by the owner - a very nice touch. The rooms are big but you couldn't swing a cat in the bathroom. However, the bathroom does give plenty of scope to string a clothes line. We are only staying two nights in order to visit the Valley of the Temples tomorrow. This is probably just as well because, although it is a lovely hotel, it's not in an area that is accessible to anything. Nothing is in walking distance - no cafés, shops ...

Richard breaks into Norman church

A travel blog entry by ianandjackie


... number of earthquakes. One has been rebuilt to give some idea of the scale of the town - 12,000 inhabitants at its peak.

Vittorio's restaurant with rooms at Porto Palo beckoned as this had been on R's list from the early days of planning the expedition and Jackie also pointed it out in an article by Giorgio Locatelli. R, among his many talents, speaks Italian fluently was chatting to the guy checking us in about Giorgio Locatelli ...

Downhill all the way

A travel blog entry by ianandjackie


... I persevered and it guided us to La Sirena Ubriaca - Wine Barhotel which has a fitness centre. Unfortunately it was closed when we got here but I am confident that R will be in the gym first thing.

16 hours in the saddle is beginning to have an impact on the nether region , we haven't got to googling remedies or picking up sheeps wool from barbed wire yet. One of the many quack cures I picked up on LEJOG last ...

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This hotel, located on Via Monastero Grande, 23, Sciacca, is near Archeological Museum.
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