Saracen Sands Village Hotel & Resort

Via Liberta 128 A , Isola Delle Femmine, Sicily, 90040, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Liberta 128 A , Isola Delle Femmine, is near Regional Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Regionale), Bowling and Games, and Minigolf Sicilia.
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    Travel Blogs from Isola Delle Femmine

    Scopello, Sicily: the real deal

    A travel blog entry by sarahpadley on Sep 06, 2014

    49 photos

    ... apricot jam croissant was the 'piece de resistance'. Many more would be consumed from that patisserie. That morning we visited the old Scopello tuna fishery (which like a lot of Italy has been privatised as you pay 5euros each to use the concrete beach/facilities.). Even though immensely crowded it was a gorgeous day and we spent a couple of hours sunbathing and rock jumping. This pretty cove was made famous in the movie Oceans Twelve. The next day we did a ...

    Beauty and the beast

    A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 03, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... market 4 fish etc. Find marvels as we walk. Churches, fountains, statues n monuments.
    Lunch in local - go here 4 pizza, here 4 other dishes n here 4 drinks - only the italians can make it so complicated!
    The church/duomo/palace is amazing u r astounded by Catholicism.
    The mosaics, n opulence r amazing.
    Full day of churches n markets n palaces.
    NEXT DAY
    Today we caught the train to Cefalu' a smallish seaside village I ...

    Taormina and blue balls.

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 16, 2014

    ... formed by the volcanic processes of cooling molten lava streams. Following an off road escapade through a section of boulder strewn woods where Marcello nursed his purring Rover, we drove to the Bove Valley below the north face of Etna and trekked to 2000 metres on its slopes with the formidable snow covered summit looming above and lava fields for as far as the eye could see all around. The capacities of a volcano have to be seen to be believed.

    It was lunch by this time ...

    Taormina

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 15, 2014

    ... I reckoned it was too hot to visit the beach at L’Isola Bella and returned to the hostel to write some more, deciding to venture out again when the sun was kinder.

    Italy, and for that matter the whole of Europe I presume, is incredibly equipped for the quick and affordable movement of people. Vast distances can be covered in relatively small periods of time on a moment’s notice on account of the fantastic land, water and air transport infrastructure. You ...

    Rome, Naples, Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast.

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 14, 2014

    ... WW II that the underground channels came into prominence again, this time as bomb shelters, with Naples especially being a target for sustained aerial bombardment.

    The arrow pointed us to the starting point of a guided tour of subterranean Napoli, a 1km section of the underground network that was illuminated and open to tourists. The one hour tour cost 10 Euro and commenced at a tunnel that led 40 metres underground into a freezing 15 degree centigrade environment. ...