Castello di San Marco Charming Hotel & SPA

Address: Via San Marco 40, Calatabiano, Sicily, 95011, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via San Marco 40, Calatabiano, is near Isola Bella, Cathedral of Messina (Duomo), Alcantara Gorge, and Lido Mazzarò.
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    Travel Blogs from Calatabiano

    Home Town

    A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro on May 22, 2014

    7 photos

    ... They found three addresses with dates and I was able to copy them and visit each one and photograph the locations, which in itself was extremely moving. I was surprised just how close in the shadow of Mt Etna the town is, and amazed to discover it contained one of the oldest castles in Sicily, the Castello di Calatabiano , which was built by the Arabs centuries ago. We drove to the caste and took the sky lift to the top, and had a walk around, it is incredibly high ...


    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 18, 2012

    14 photos

    ... perched high atop a cliff, towering above the glittering Ionian Coast below. It's very popular with the rich and as such, has a cosmopolitan feel to it, its pedestrian zone lined with high-end designer shops, and the town frequented by the stars during Taormina's summer festivals, that showcase the arts, film, and music.

    One of the most spectacular sights you'll see in Sicily, or anywhere for that matter, is Isola Bella, a cute little island ...

    From Beach to Mountain and into a Cock Bar

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 18, 2011

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... fee to walk around this tiny little Island. Rip Off!

    King Ferdinand l of the Two Sicilies gifted the island to the nearby town of Taormina in 1806. The island was then bought from the town by a Ms. Trevelyan, who built a small house facing the sea and imported exotic plants, which thrived in the Mediterranean climate. Subsequent owners kept up the island, until the owner went bankrupt, and auctioned the island in 1990. The island had ...

    To Shop or Not To Shop, That is the Question!

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 17, 2011

    6 photos

    ... meaning bath and al Saqquah dating back to the cult of the Syrian god "Shai al Quaaum". Could it be that my descendant are a mixture of Spanish and Arabic on my Grandfather's (Rosario Sciacca) side of the family.

    In the afternoon Ottavio had spend sometime with me going over the computer.

    In the evening Saro's cousin and his family arrived for a casual dinner alfresco style in their court yard.

    Swimming in the Ionian Sea

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 15, 2011

    3 photos

    After a good nights rest I woken up to a breakfast of Granita and Brioche. I believe it has been the staple diet for the whole time I have been in Sicily. The day was enjoyed relaxing by the waters of the Ionian sea and as well the frequent dips. The Mediterranean water are quite warm, but under currents which thrust into the water are freezing. After a while those shots of icy water ...