Baglio San Pietro

Address: via Panotto 1, Sicily, 94014, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on via Panotto 1, Sicily.
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    ... people travel a long way for just the restaurant - delicious. All local food and wine produced here. The farmstay is owned by 3 sisters.

    I would have loved to stay a few days here as the property was beautiful, and the perfect spit for a picnic.





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