Hotel Cani Cani

Address: Via Statale Saliceto, 51, Gioiosa Marea, Sicily, 98063, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Statale Saliceto, 51, Gioiosa Marea.
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Travel Blogs from Gioiosa Marea

Farmstay, Parco Statella & Restaurant

A travel blog entry by ceesadventures on May 28, 2015

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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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Volcano

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on May 18, 2015

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... Ferries speeding in and out of the port were loading tourists on and off the Island faster than the restaurants could cope. Maybe as a result of the bad seas yesterday they were playing catch up but that was no use to us as we had set our hearts on a big pizza and glass of wine. No luck so we head to the supermarket to cook on board again - not all bad as we had ...

Taormina, Stomboli and Lipari

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on May 17, 2015

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... only to hear Scott respond " f..k the Dolphins we are looking for the anchorage", Think he is loosing the plot with this sailing game. Good timing as seems like every other boat in the area has same idea including all the day trip boats. Packed in like sardines is definitely appropriate tonight as we snuggle in between 2 large boats. A good shepherds pie and a still boat for the night makes it all worthwhile after a sleepless 40 ...

Aeolian Islands Adventures

A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 15, 2014

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... it's dark. Later in the afternoon we were dropped off at Stromboli's Porto Scari-San Vincenzo, for more wandering, eating and drinking, after we'd admired the black beach. Yes, the sand was black. We did walk up a large hill to a church which looked interesting from the port, but which was closed. So we found a lovely place to sit, take in the view, watch the locals at work, and drink negronis! Soon it was approaching dusk, and we were back on board, enjoying a short excursion to ...

Goodbye Sicily, we will miss you

A travel blog entry by casanapoli on Oct 06, 2014

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... can say they did! Then off to see the piazza di spagna and Spanish steps (also a little underwhelming due to the hundreds of street peddlers - they even started arguing with each other as they both offered me a rose at the same time and the church at the top of the steps was covered in scaffolding and canvas adverts!) we did see another wedding while we were there. We caught a taxi back and then fell into ...